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Cathay Pacific Sues World Fuel Over Claim of Tainted Fuel
May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. sued World Fuel Services Corp.'s Singapore unit over claims tainted fuel led to an emergency landing by one of its Airbus SAS A330 jets, hurting the Hong Kong carrier's reputation and passengers.
Nova Scotia call for startups goes global
Through Innovacorp, a Crown corporation that invests in early stage companies, Nova Scotia offered more than $300,000 in funding and services to lure a promising clean tech startup to its shores. “We thought, 'Why not just throw open the doors to the ...
'Everything just lives in the cloud': Carbyn
Little more than a year after launching and just months after publicly unveiling its cloud-based HTML5 platform last September, London, Ont.
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.
Canada's oil sands battle with Europe
Canada's battle with the EU began in 2009 when Europe - the largest economic market in the world - agreed to adopt a measure called the Fuel Quality Directive to reduce the level of greenhouse gases emitted by vehicles. Brussels has still not agreed ...
China's energy influence in Canada
... the years, occasionally resulting in dramatic changes to Canadian policies. In 1998, U.S.-based Ethyl Corp. sued Ottawa for US$251-million after the government imposed a ban on a fuel additive known as MMT, claiming the ban “expropriated” future ...
Canadian natural gas export potential may be limited: IEA
Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, the practice of pumping water, sand and chemicals into wells to extract gas from hard- to-exploit shale rock, helped the U.S.
Tony Blair says he feared the wrath of British media as prime minister
LONDON - Tony Blair said on Monday he decided to court the media in Britain rather than risk the wrath of powerful media tycoons during his decade as prime minister.
Natives on BC coast haunted by threat from sunken Second World War ship
The U.S. transport ship, Brigadier General M.G. Zalinski, is thought to have carried 700 tonnes of bunker fuel and at least a dozen 227-kilogram bombs when it ran aground in 1946 and sank in Grenville Channel, about 40 kilometres northwest of Hartley Bay.
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 ...