Korean automaker will make the first mass-produced fuel-cell vehicle sold in the North America.
Coal Valley Resources and Sherritt given timelines and deadlines.
Carbon offset program to be transferred to the Climate Action Secretariat.
Natural Resources Commissioner Joe Balash said the administration is considering a potential equity stake of 20 per cent to 30 per cent
President of energy and oil pipelines Alex Pourbaix said denial of project would mean more oil by rail
Unifor national president Jerry Dias called for details at Standing Committee on International Trade
Constitutional safeguards are keeping the Pemex state oil monopoly slow, outdated and unable to attract investment, experts suggest.
Judge Judy Clendenning found no evidence of harm to Elsipogtog First Nation through seismic testing
Emera and Nalco Energy deal put ratepayers at risk: Energy Department THE CANADIAN PRESS
SWN says granting an injunction would cause the company about $54,000 for each day crews and trucks are not able to do their work
Coal accounts for less than 30 per cent of the world's energy supply but more than 40 per cent of energy emissions
Project would see energy firm Emera build subsea cable that would link Nova Scotia, Newfoundland
Fraser Institute Global Petroleum Survey says Saskatchewan has best policy.
Utility the change is needed because power demand is down and environmental regulations are becoming stricter.
Will buy 46-megawatt project in Pincher Creek, Alta., from Mainstream Renewable Power
Considers using icebreakers to extend northern sea shipping season too
The Oilsands Environmental coalition says it will resubmit its application.
Nova Scotia's energy minister is expressing fresh reservations about the $1.5-billion Maritime Link project ahead of a crucial round of public hearings.
Green Arc Tire Manufacturing Inc. facility in St. Mary's, Ont., will produce three million tires annually
ICF International report bolsters claims that calculations would discriminate against Canada's oilsands