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Oilpatch loaded with 'lame duck' CEOs
Allan Markin decided to resign without notice on Monday afternoon as chairman of Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. after 23 years because he didn't want to be a lame duck, says Jack Davis, former Calgary Health Region chief executive and spokesman for ...
How three small businesses tapped the oil sands
One of Canada's biggest oil sands miners, it employs 5,500 people. ... Birch Mountain Enterprises Ltd. was ready to go.
Alberta oil sands fire loss tallied at $726 million
The total insurance costs of the fire that halted production at the Horizon oil sands project in Alberta last year has been finalized at $726 million.
Ottawa looking to silence The Hum of Zug Island
Last year, seismic monitors installed by Natural Resources Canada determined that the noise was most likely emanating from Zug Island, Mich.
Remembering Randy Starkman: Tributes to Canada's premier amateur sports journalist
... something very special about our community and our culture . . . and his determination to let Canadians know of the remarkable talents revealed daily by Canada's amateur athletes - collectively perhaps one of our most outstanding natural resources.
Low natural gas price casts doubt on 'proven' reserves
“It's a safe assumption that a large part of Canada's natural gas reserves are [overstated]” said Eric Nuttall, portfolio manager for Sprott Energy Fund.
Underground radioactive waste eyed for Chalk River
“Atomic Energy of Canada Limited is investigating the suitability of the Chalk River laboratories site for hosting a geologic waste management facility as part of the Nuclear Legacy Liabilities Program funded through Natural Resources Canada,” the ...
Japan's Toyota Tsusho buys stake in Encana's methane wells
Toyota Tsusho Corp. is investing $602-million to acquire a share of Encana Corp.'s extensive coalbed methane reserves in southern Alberta, the latest in a series of partnerships that the Calgary-based company has formed.
The widening gap in Canada's labour market
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce cites a shortage of highly skilled labour as the top barrier for businesses, and the mismatch has recently landed on the radar of policy makers, including central bank Governor Mark Carney.
U of T president counters 'self-taught' innovator genius myth
For decades, we skimmed cream with our discounted dollar, massive natural resources, and easy access to the world's biggest market.