There’s a solution to the high levels of poverty that plague Indigenous communities across Canada, says Robert Merasty, executive director of the Indigenous Resource Network (IRN).
The outlook for production growth from Canada’s oil sands is down again, limiting supply of what one analyst calls “the Great Canadian Barrel” to a world growing increasingly short on oil to meet its needs.
An activist group called Oil Sands Divestment is trying to convince the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCI) to get out of fossil fuels by the end of this year.
Due to a series of unfortunate events including the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, there is a world shortage of affordable food and energy. How and when this will end is unknown. Everyone is affected.
Canada’s potential to supply natural gas to Europe as LNG has gone from an afterthought to a critical part of the discussion on how to replace gas from Russia, according to analysts with Oslo, Norway-based Rystad Energy.
If you plan on heading out for a summer weekend camp-out, let us take one task off your hands by supplying you with the following packing list:
This summer is peak construction for the Trans Mountain expansion project (TMX), with more than 13,500 people working on the pipeline across Alberta and B.C.
The federal government’s plan to cap and cut emissions from the oil and gas sector comes with big risks.
Ottawa needs to finally declare through legislation that the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is to the national advantage of Canada.
Enbridge’s Line 3 Replacement Project had bigger economic benefits than expected for U.S. communities, with thousands more jobs and nearly double the anticipated project spending, according to a new independent study.