Power to the people comes with an ever steeper price. Ontario electricity rates continue to surge in an upward trend that is far easier to predict than the wind gusts necessary to drive the province's renewable energy turbines.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley gives the 2015-2016 Thomas O. Enders Memorial Lecture on U.S.-Canadian Relations at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, Thursday, April 28, 2016.
This is one of those columns that will please some readers while perhaps angering others. It has to do with the interesting history behind Toronto's long-time association with the electric streetcar and the fiasco created by Bombardier's Transportation ...
A Burnaby resident is devastated after losing thousands of dollars to a scammer claiming to be from the Canada Revenue Agency. She wants to remain anonymous but wants her story to serve as a warning.
Maritime Electric's plan to add two new underwater electric cables between P.E.I. and New Brunswick has received provincial and federal environmental approval and work will begin this weekend.