EDMONTON - Enbridge officials say they are pleased they'll have a chance to address the concerns raised about their proposed Northern Gateway pipeline when environmental review hearings resume next we...
VANCOUVER - It has been said that there are no true friends in politics ... but there are plenty of them.Few issues have made politicians so popular as the oil and gas potential in Western Canada and...
Vancity is dumping Enbridge holdings because they fall beneath its standard of a socially responsible investment, announced the credit union. Vancity Investment Management revealed Wednesday that it's...
Not only have hundreds of thousands of manufacturing jobs been lost over the past few years, Canada has also been missing out on opportunities to join the boom in production of renewable-energy technology.
Whether we like it or not, this world runs on petroleum and petroleum-based products. Therefore, the question that needs to be asked: "How can our petroleum-based economy operate in an environmentally responsible way -- while costs to industry and consumers remain reasonable?"
It is Canada's failure to look at the full impacts of new tar sands projects -- global warming pollution, toxic waste, impacts on communities living downstream -- and failure to put limits on those impacts that, in part, drives the controversy in the U.S., Europe and elsewhere.
Conflating the interests of the shareholders and investors of energy giants such as Enbridge with those of the Canadian people has become the central talking point for the promoters of Alberta's tar sands.
WASHINGTON - Lawmakers in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives are slated to vote Tuesday on a bill that would force U.S. President Barack Obama to make a decision on TransCanada's Keyst...