Minister of economic development says the office will connect Ontario companies in Alberta in several key economic sectors.
Jim Flaherty says the federal government has not directly considered the possibility as it looks at other potential asset sales
Governments need to mitigate risks and regional disparities associated with rapid oilsands expansion, institute says.
1.2 million acres of prairies have vanished, undermining Obama's green energy goal.
Timing is crucial to reach multi-billion-dollar deals with gas companies in China and Japan, BC premier says.
Examining viability of operations near Prince Rupert, B.C., with pair of Japanese partners
Michel LeBlanc said public must be better informed by industry, government on risks and rewards
The increase would add about $5.36 each month to the bill for typical residential customers.
Data gathered from extensive exploration in the US does not apply to Europe, shale gas experts say.
Sweden-based division made payments to Russian gas company officials between 2004 and 2006
Melting permafrost weakens the integrity of sumps dug into the ground which can contain tens of thousands of cubic metres of waste
The project could eventually generate up to 9MW of renewable power in Montreal from 46 riverbed turbines.
Authors say efforts to reduce emissions across Canada being eclipsed by output in Alberta's oilsands
TransCanada is anticipating a final US State Department decision on the line will come early next year.
Governing Liberals yet to disclose whether plan is in place to combat emissions from industry
143 turbines signal renewed energy supply to decimated region.
More talks on the horizon between federal, provincial and territorial jobs ministers about program
It has commissioned Nuvera to provide Orion Fuel Cell stacks by mid-2014.
Notice posted on government website said ruling has been delayed 35 days until Dec. 11
Premier Kathleen Wynne sent letter to Prime Minister asking feds to match provincial funding