Canada’s ban on asbestos to take effect but mining residues are exempt
Regulations, which will take effect at the end of the year, bar the import, sale or use of processed asbestos fibres and products containing them.
Demand for legalized cannabis draws lineups, heavy web traffic across Canada [UPDATED]
Most Canadians’ first purchase of legal adult-use pot will likely be online, as there were relatively few retail stores ready on Wednesday.
Canadians waking up to legalized cannabis: ‘My new dealer is the prime minister’
Legalized pot draws big crowds and much enthusiasm.
How the US unleashed fossil fuel exports despite climate worries
American energy dominance is a bi-partisan priority.
Manitoba mulling a ban on public consumption of edible cannabis products
Some other provinces have said they will ban all forms of pot consumption in public.
Automated cars could kill wide range of jobs, federal documents say
Federal budget in 2017 pledged about $1.8 billion over six years to help pay for expanded skills training programs.
Labour, employer groups say feds to pass on rules for weed in the workplace
Employers and labour groups divided on the issue of drug testing.
Fiery pipeline explosion in BC raises possibility of natural gas shortage
The blast Tuesday shut down the Enbridge natural gas pipeline about 15 kilometres northeast of Prince George.
Kavanaugh to hear his 1st arguments as US Supreme Court justice [WATCH]
Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the bench 50-48 Saturday, amid controversy over sexual assault allegations.
German government urges automakers to pay diesel upgrades
Manufacturers favour giving car owners rebates to buy new vehicles over hardware upgrades to millions of diesel models.
Premier Doug Ford vows to scrap key Liberal labour reform legislation
Bill 148 mandates equal pay for part-time and temporary workers doing the same job as full-time employees and increases vacation entitlements.
Canada can claim at least partial success of progressive agenda in USMCA
New labour and environmental commitments included in the deal, but feds fell short in other areas.
Trans Mountain CEO says pipe construction could restart in 2019 on NEB timeline [UPDATED]
One critic says approval process is tainted by the fact that the government insists the project it now owns will be built no matter what.
Washington wants Canada to improve spill plan for U.S. spur of Trans Mountain
When feds purchased Trans Mountain, they also bought the Puget Sound line, which carries Alberta oil to four Washington refineries.
Keystone XL developer plans to start construction in 2019
Environmental groups say they’ll continue to fight the project.