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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 ...
Resident advocates for breastfeeding
Hailing from rural South Africa, Vilia Tosio came to Fort McMurray four years ago when her husband got a job with Canadian Natural Resources Limited. Since then, Tosio has become the resident lactation specialist in town, bringing a sense of activism ...
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.
Oil firms with refineries expected to do well in Q1
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., on the other hand, is purely an exploration and production company, so it won't see any downstream boost.
Russians follow Chinese into Canada's oil patch
Its top natural gas company, Gazprom, was in talks for years to partner with Petro-Canada in a liquefied natural gas business involving exporting Russian gas in liquid form from a Baltic port near St. Petersburg and building a regasification terminal ...
Mayerthorpe Junior Senior High School gets a helping hand from area industries
These included: Chinook Energy - $10,000, Jager Oilfield Services - $3,000, Delta Factor Ltd. - $3,000 and Canadian Natural Resources - $250. Koloski said, "We have used the generous donations along with school technology money towards the purchase ...
Hewers of wood, maybe; but good at it: report
Instead, the report makes the case that there's more potential for innovation in the natural resources sector than in any other industry, and ultimately, a lot more on the line for society.
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.
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.
The politics of charity: When is a tax-exempt organization too political?
To analysts and certain charities, the move had everything to do with the climaxing battle between groups such as Mr. Smith's, as well as Tides Canada and the David Suzuki Foundation, and resource development - specifically the proposed $7-billion ...