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Coal fights to keep crown as power mainstay
Underlying the debate is unease in the industry that coal is losing its place as the fuel of choice for U.S. electric generation.
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CP battle just the latest tango on Bill Ackman's dance card
Mr. Ackman, known for pushing through strategic changes at McDonald's Corp. and persuading Wendy's to spin off its Tim Hortons division, became a thorn in the side of Mr. Lampert in 2005 when his Pershing Square Capital Management LP began ...
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Baird admits Tories cut funding to NRTEE scientists to silence opinions
Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told the House of Commons that his government cut funding for NRTEE because it didn't agree with its call for a carbon tax.
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Terence Corcoran: Activism beats governance
In executive compensation, even one of CP's harshest critics - ISS Proxy Advisory Services - concedes the company is following all the best practices. �The board has demonstrated good stewardship of investors' interests regarding executive ...
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Truckers test LNG as transport fuel
Chad Porter wants to run his 18-wheeler trucks on frozen natural gas across Canada's Rocky mountains even before the world's longest chain of refueling stations gets built to keep them fueled. The chief operating officer of oil services company Ferus Inc.
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Longer Combination Vehicles reduces environmental impact of transport trucks
�Transportation is a big producer of greenhouse gas emissions, so reducing fuel consumption helps in terms of commercial operations and productivity.
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Community involvement still trumps social media when it comes to effective ...
My personal mantra is �community service is the rent we pay for living.� After all, we live in the greatest country in the world, so whether it's offline or online, what's important is getting out there and making a difference. Getting involved in your ...
Ipsos Reid survey highlights east-west divide on oilsands support
The polling company's new survey shows that while 80 per cent of Albertans think oilsands development is �more positive than negative,� only 37 per cent of Quebecers feel that way.
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Today's letters: Who's to blame for global warming?
In fact, numerous eminent scientists around the world believe that climate science is very much a process and a relatively recent one at that.
CBC informs staff of plan to move to west-end Halifax
A major media organization is about to sell its Halifax properties and will likely move into leased space. Management at the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has told staff in Halifax that it is recommending a consolidation of its radio and television ...