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Newfoundland and Labrador signs major aquaculture deal
Grieg Newfoundland AS, part of the Norway-headquartered Grieg Group of ...
Another (small) win for LNG in BC
British Columbia’s (B.C.’s) big bet on liquefied natural ...
Corporate Response to Water Risk Deemed 'Inadequate'
Corporate efforts to prepare for and adapt to the world’s ...
Manitoba will be first province to enshrine environmental rights into law
Manitoba has become the first province to join the
What do Trudeau's Liberals have in store for the environment?
What will the new Liberal government’s environment agenda look ...
Developed-vs.-Developing Rift Rises in Climate Talks
The more than 20-year debate over the degree to which developed and ...
Shell gets go-ahead for deepwater exploration project
The Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB) has given ...
Banks not doing enough to assess, report carbon risk, says shareholder group
Report gives top marks to BC in EPR
EPR Canada has given British Columbia (B.C.) an “A” for its ...
Endangered Species Issues Pose Tension in Drought Response
As drought-stricken states grapple with water supply issues, water ...
Feds halt Montreal infrastructure maintenance work to study impact of sewage dump
Environment Canada has ordered the city of Montreal to hold it for a ...
COLUMN: Sustainable Development Goals and their impact on Cdn businesses
The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), a series of eight goals ...
Passing gas: BC & Alberta could cut methane emissions by 45%, says report
For a very modest $2.76 per tonne, oil and gas operators in British ...
Talks Under Way in Nascent Oil Export Deal
It may be a long shot, but Senate Democrats are seeking a long-term ...
Controversial BC coal mine takes another step forward
A British Columbia coal mine proposal that made news in 2012 for its ...
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