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Canadian Natural charged over potentially dangerous gas leak
CALGARY - Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. was charged Monday with violating national environmental laws by releasing a potentially dangerous substance into the Northern Alberta air two years ago.
Majority of oil sands ownership and profits are foreign, says analysis
OTTAWA - More than two-thirds of all oil sands production in Canada is owned by foreign entities, sending a majority of the industry's profits out of the country, says a new analysis released Thursday by a British Columbia-based conservation group ...
Canada's falling knives
“Canada has underperformed because it has fewer attractive technology and consumer stocks, misplaced fear in our banks, and so much exposure to China through our natural resources,” MacAdam said. Decker notes that while the overall level of demand ...
Rail makes big inroads in oil transport
Cenovus Energy Inc., Canadian Natural Resources Ltd., Crescent Point Energy Corp., Husky Energy Inc. and Baytex Energy Corp.
Canadian natural gas export potential may be limited: IEA
Canada's rising domestic demand for natural gas will make up for the country's 'limited' potential to export unconventional and conventional gas out of Western Canada by 2035, according to the International Energy Agency. “While Canadian LNG exports to ...
Reviving Arctic oil rush, Ottawa to auction rights in massive area
“The North is home to world-class natural resources that represent a tremendous economic growth and tremendous jobs potential for northerners - and, frankly, for all Canadians.” The North is in the midst of change, as melting ice promises more open ...
BP to process Canadian oil sands crude
In a statement released on Wednesday afternoon, the Natural Resources Defense Council, which participated in opposition to BP's crude slate expansion, said the new pollution equipment will cut emissions from the refinery's flare system by 90 per cent.
BP to invest $400m to end pollution case  Financial Times
A new twist on tried-and-true brews
Arguably the most famous beer campaign in this country's history was the one that declared it a central facet of our identity - as much as tuques and beavers, the love of a cold one said, “I am Canadian.” So it would not seem a winning strategy in the ...
Leona Aglukkaq admits poverty, hunger problems in the North, but maintains ...
In an interview with The Canadian Press, Aglukkaq said there are indeed serious poverty challenges in her home region. ... He also reflected aboriginal communities' concerns that federal policies have eroded their control of the land and natural resources.
Food for thought: Why David Olive is ashamed to be a Canadian today
It echoes concerns expressed by business leaders during the awareness-raising activities of the Occupy movement, and alarming reports last year on child poverty and income inequality from the Conference Board of Canada, a business-related think tank.