Shell shuts in 24 wells and associated pipelines, but Waterton sour gas complex remains open.
More than 8,500 people in BC have been ordered to leave their homes due to the wildfires.
Research by economics professor at MacEwan University looks at direct and indirect costs.
Canadian International Trade Tribunal to rule on whether to make duties of up to 276% on US drywall imports permanent.
Insurance Bureau of Canada estimates damage from the May fires to top $3.58 billion.
Pipeline blockages are preventing some projects from restarting as quickly as expected.
Shutdown at heavy oil facility a precaution, no damage to facilities or infrastructure.
Experts expect the disaster to have Canada-wide economic consequences.
The company is reporting temporary shortages at stations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and BC.
Employees and contractors are moving back in to the area.
Government warns it’s likely only basic services will be available, hospital partially open.
New evacuation zones include oil sands facilities north of the city.
Move prompted by the threat of a quickly spreading wildfire.
Equipment in about 20 locations used every day in manufacturing and construction.
Construction firm says getting oil sands operations running is a key first step.