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Regulator calls out Trans Mountain for 'environmental non-compliance' in B.C.

Regulator calls out Trans Mountain for 'environmental non-compliance' in B.C.

CALGARY — The company building the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has been cited for environmental non-compliance related to its management of recent flooding in B.C.
B.C. orchards assessing impact of extreme cold for third winter in a row

B.C. orchards assessing impact of extreme cold for third winter in a row

Minister says government is committed to doing more to help
Ivanhoe Electric fully acquires Kaizen Discovery

Ivanhoe Electric fully acquires Kaizen Discovery

Robert Friedland company increases ownership of Kaizen to 100%
Richmond's Cryopeak LNG and Ferus merge

Richmond's Cryopeak LNG and Ferus merge

Merger makes Cryopeak Canada's largest private LNG supplier
Blackwater Gold could provide employment lifeline for mill workers facing Fraser Lake closure

Blackwater Gold could provide employment lifeline for mill workers facing Fraser Lake closure

"The jobs that are hopefully for kids coming out of high school potentially for the rest of their working life, in many cases could be on the operating side, once we get into operations.”
'Not be tolerated': Alberta files formal response to proposed oilsands emissions cap

'Not be tolerated': Alberta files formal response to proposed oilsands emissions cap

Alberta and two prominent business groups have released formal responses to a proposed federal emissions cap as the province's environment minister was slated to meet with her federal counterpart.
B.C.'s West Fraser sells Hinton pulp mill

B.C.'s West Fraser sells Hinton pulp mill

New British owner plans to invest in new kraft paper machine
Increase in U.S. softwood lumber duties 'entirely unwarranted,' trade minister says

Increase in U.S. softwood lumber duties 'entirely unwarranted,' trade minister says

OTTAWA — The federal government is lashing out at the U.S. Commerce Department over plans to raise duties on Canadian softwood lumber. International Trade Minister Mary Ng says the U.S. has signalled it intends to raise duties to 13.
Trans Mountain mulling how to remove 'obstruction' causing newest construction delay

Trans Mountain mulling how to remove 'obstruction' causing newest construction delay

CALGARY — The company building the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion continues to work to find a solution for its latest unexpected construction challenge in B.C. Crown corporation Trans Mountain Corp.
Bill to update impact assessment law coming in spring: Wilkinson

Bill to update impact assessment law coming in spring: Wilkinson

OTTAWA — The federal government will introduce legislation this spring to fix the constitutional problems the Supreme Court of Canada has with the Impact Assessment Act, Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says.
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