Sarah O'Donnell & Dan Healing, Edmonton Journal & Calgary Herald, August 23, 2013
EDMONTON - A promised report into the safety of Alberta’s vast pipeline network prompted by a series of high profile spills fails to dig into some of the most serious concerns, critics said Friday.
Alberta Energy, 23 Aug 2013
The Government of Alberta supports the innovative, responsible and sustainable development of our province’s energy resources through a variety of technology funds and initiatives.
John DeCicco, Yale Environment 360, 22 Aug 2013
Every U.S. president since Ronald Reagan has backed programs to develop alternative transportation fuels. But there are better ways to foster energy independence and reduce greenhouse gas emissions than using subsidies and mandates to promote politically favored fuels.
Shawn McCarthy, The Globe and Mail, Aug. 22 2013
OTTAWA — The Ontario government wants assurances that the province will benefit economically from TransCanada Corp.’s pipeline project to ship crude from Alberta to refineries and export terminals in eastern Canada.
Andrew Gage, Westcoast Environmental Law, 14 August, 2013
Naveena Sadasivam, InsideClimateNews.org, Aug 20, 2013
PHMSA has released ExxonMobil's spill response plan for the ruptured Pegasus pipeline—but most of the crucial elements have been completely redacted.
Robert Barron, Nanamio Daily News, August 19, 2013
The Harmac pulp mill has begun feeding power from its new $45-million electrical generation plant to B.C. Hydro, creating a second major revenue source to the Nanaimo mill for the first time in its more than 50-year history.
Shawn McCarthy & Josh Kerr, Globe & Mail, Aug 14 2013
Faced with rising demand and aging infrastructure, Toronto Hydro is spending $184-million to install a transformer just south of the CN Tower to keep the lights on and air conditioners humming along the city’s lake shore.
By Kim Nursall, The Canadian Press, August 16 2013
VANCOUVER – Dozens of First Nations protesters are blockading a proposed open-pit coal mine in a remote area of northwest B.C.
Anita McPhee, NationTalk.ca, August 16 2013
DEASE LAKE, BC, Aug. 15, 2013 - The Tahltan Central Council acknowledges the frustrations felt by Tahltan people that lead to more than 30 Tahltan Elders and community members to serve a “24 hour eviction notice” to Fortune Minerals on Wednesday night in our territory in northwest B.C.