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Asia to fuel global growth, economists say
The polls of more than 700 economists across the world, taken in the past few days in the run up to this week's meeting of G20 finance ministers, predicted 3.3% global growth this year, unchanged from a poll taken three months ago.
Gordon Lightfoot making the best use of 'borrowed...
Canadian singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot practises at his Toronto home as he promotes his new album All Live. Gordon Lightfoot performing in 2000.
Canada's Green 30 companies for 2012
Service and maintenance vehicles are being replaced with smaller, more fuel-efficient ones. • New buildings are fitted with ... The corporation gives employees reusable lunch bags and snack containers to reduce lunch litter. • Over 40 per cent of ...
Shell-Iogen plant cancellation raises doubts about new biofuel technology
Ottawa-based Iogen Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC have killed a plan to build a cellulosic ethanol plant in Canada, raising new doubts about a technology that governments have touted as ready to make a major contribution to North America's fuel ...
North America to lead global energy investments in 2012
The United States alone is on course to become the largest liquids producer in the world and looks almost certain to overtake Russia and Saudi Arabia before the decade is over, wrote Ed Morse, Managing Director and the Head of Global Commodities ...
As natural gas prices collapse, producers pin hopes on Asia
The developments provide solid support for the takeoff of an LNG industry that promises richer prices for Canadian gas from Asian consumers, a reason to develop massive shale gas deposits that are now stranded, and fuel merger and acquisition activity ...
Will the US Become the World's Largest Exporter of LNG?  GCaptain (press release)
LNG Export Plant Verges on U.S. Approval Amid Shale Glut  Bloomberg
A day in the life of Burlington's 28th mayor
Rick Goldring doesn't remember the conversations, but shortly after his election as mayor in 2010, two acquaintances reminded him of his very vocal aspiration for the job some 30 years ago.
A quarter of discounts, price collapses
Indeed, WCS has been trading at a US$35.50 discount to WTI (37% below the U.S. crude) on average, according to CIBC World Markets Inc. figures. At current levels, the Canadian oil industry would post an opportunity cost of $18-billion a year, or $50 ...
Chews wisely: Snacks to improve your oral health
Foods with added or natural sugars, such as juice, act as fuel for the ever-present bacteria in our mouth. The bacteria use the sugars to thrive and multiply, creating plaque (a sticky mixture of bacteria, food and debris) on our teeth.
TransAlta abandons Alberta's $1.4B carbon-capture plant
CALGARY - TransAlta Corp. has abandoned plans to build a $1.4-billion carbon capture and storage facility at an Alberta coal-fired electricity plant because the company had no buyers for the carbon dioxide and no way to credit from the plan.