In 2017, nearly 300,000 Canadians were directly employed in the industry.
Multiple industrial uses include replacing metal in cars and airplanes, construction.
Still thinking about whether it will stick with ambitious future emission standards.
Agreement with Ottawa means the province can still emit millions of tonnes of emissions for 10 years or more past the deadline.
United Nations suggests Canada needs to cut emissions more to prevent the worst climate-change impacts.
Respondents asked for their opinion on what they had heard from the government, 45% had a negative impression.
Case asks the court to rule on amendments requiring companies transporting hazardous substances to obtain permits.
Framework agreement with initial orders for 30 backup power fuel cell systems.
It’s good for business, the environment and the community.
Says it would kill jobs and hurt productivity; warning signs of difficult economic times ahead.
Report accuses the industry of successfully lobbying Canada to water down climate policies.
St. Catharines propulsion plant lighting project is cutting electricity use.
Climate Transparency analysis says each Canadian produces nearly three times the G20 average of eight tonnes of GHGs per person.
McKenna insists coal plants will pay a carbon price until national regulations force the plants out of existence by 2030.
Will drive the scale and infrastructure investments needed to allow the US to lead the way to a zero emissions future: Ruess