Oil and gas producers down nearly 300 names since 2014
Lack of capital, rising exploration costs blamed.
US refinery issues may bump up gas prices in Western Canada
Motorists could pay as much as five to seven cents more a litre, analysts say.
Report tells young job hunters the West is best
Ontario and Quebec together lost nearly 52,000 young people between 2003-2012 to jobs in Western Canada.
Economists see more good than bad for Canada as oil prices rise
Higher prices will bolster the oil sector in Western Canada, Newfoundland and Labrador, and bring in more tax and royalty revenues.
Western economic growth pulling farther away: StatsCan
Report suggests economic output improvement in 2013 was heavily slanted toward resource-rich regions.
First Nations relations a $650B hurdle to oil and gas development
The Fraser Institute says more than 600 resource projects at risk because of First Nations unwillingness to participate in them.
Suncor reports diesel fuel shortage in Western Canada
Energy giant says shortage is affecting its Petro-Pass commercial customers, which are mostly truckers and farmers.
Empire Industries forms Chinese joint venture with ZZG
Empire will own 51% of the joint venture, which will design and manufacture amusement rides for the Asian market.
Job opportunities bring more people west of Ontario
Younger Canadians and immigrants flocking to western Canadian cities for jobs opportunities
Manufacturers will be hiring in Q1
Canadian manufacturers are expecting a moderate hiring climate in the first quarter of 2012, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey report.
Husky looks west for unconventional energy growth
Husky Energy’s Western Canadian operations are shifting from conventional production to so-called resource plays that take high-level technological expertise to exploit.