Promised Liberals will introduce legislation to allow government to control pay for public executives
Independent Contractors and Businesses Association of B.C. president calling for project approval
Utility increased size of senior management group by almost 60 per cent since 2005, report claims
Attorneys argued prosecutor's questioning of witness amounted to injecting unsupported accusations
Pair of affiliate firms sold interest in Ocensa pipeline to investment group led by Advent International
Court ruled Sunrise Propane failed to provide safety training, safe working environment
Equal holds a portfolio of oil and gas properties in Oklahoma.
Alberta will lead economic charge thanks in large part to oilsands investment, strong labour market
Expansion would allow Shell to increase bitumen output by 50 per cent to 300,000 barrels per day
Calgary-based company says decision was made after bottom hole assembly became stuck
Proposed dam project would flood more than 100 square kilometres of rivers in province's northeast
Permits can be revoked if the death count is too high, but revocation is considered a last resort.
The company was granted an injunction to set up a buffer zone around its equipment after protests outside its compound in October turned violent.
Energy minister said deal will be seven-year contract with option of three-year extension
North West Upgrading Inc. chair said he was surprised when pricetag ballooned by to $8.5-billion
Report finds animals prefer old-growth forests and some are deserting the region.
Shell said the cost of the plant and the expected profit it could generate made the plant not a viable option.
The startup date for the bitumen upgrader has been pushed back to September 2017 from mid-2016.
Offered first to commercial customers, pilot program underway for residential use.
Part of his second-term plan to combat climate change and prepare for its effects.