One of the biggest backers of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion says Alberta's plan to tackle carbon emissions should help blunt opposition to the contentious project as the industry eyes a return to growth.
Published Thursday, December 8, 2016 5:17PM PST. Some Vancouver detached homes have sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars below asking, and there's now proof the trend is in effect beyond the city's borders as well.
The federal government is funding research to understand how microbes in oil and gas pipelines cause corrosion, which can cost the energy sector billions of dollars a year and increase the risk of a damaging leak.
“Airports today are economic generators for their region. They are also economic generators for the country,” Howard Eng, president and chief executive officer of the Greater Toronto Airports Authority, told the Economic Club of Canada on Thursday ...
The Conference Board of Canada has added its voice to a growing chorus of think tanks and economists predicting economic recovery for Alberta in 2017.