A western Manitoba First Nation set up a teepee in the path of Bipole III this weekend to protest Manitoba Hydro's decision to push the line through its treaty entitlement land.
For 35 years Umbra has excelled, despite economic upheaval, technological advances and the Asian manufacturing explosion. Even though the firm goods are carried in far more than 25,000 retailers in 120 countries, has handful of direct competitors, ...
One organic farmer thinks it's about time the province is getting into the certification game. The provincial government announced on Saturday it will move ahead with a plan requiring all �organic� products sold in British Columbia to be certified.
Transport Canada is reviewing stakeholder comments on its proposal to loosen sewage dumping rules and let small vessels release untreated waste closer to shore, according to a spokeswoman.
The price of crude oil is continuing its global fall, as prices per barrel plummet to 5 or 6 year lows. Prices of gasoline at the pump have also been continuing to fall since Q4 last year too.