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September 21, 2018

Ottawa commits $30M for new tidal power project in Bay of Fundy

The $117-million project, operated by Halagonia Tidal Energy Ltd., comes amid the uncertain future of another tidal energy project, the marquee Cape Sharp Tidal venture
September 21, 2018

Ottawa to gradually eliminate plastic waste in its operations across the country

Environment Minister announces the federal government plans to eliminate single-use plastics throughout government operations
September 21, 2018

Ontario government moves to scrap Green Energy Act

The act was introduced in 2009 in a bid to grow the province's solar and wind energy supply. Critics say scrapping it is largely symbolic, since Doug Ford's government already ripped up 758 renewable energy contracts this summer

September 21, 2018

Green Party leadership hopefuls in Alberta grapple with thorny issue of oilsands

Alberta's Greens aren't against existing oil sands infrastructure, but want a moratorium on development of additional projects
September 20, 2018

U.S. agrees to improve worker safety at polluted nuclear site

The Hanford nuclear site located along the Columbia River in Eastern Washington state produced up to 70 per cent of the plutonium for the U.S. nuclear arsenal since it was established in World War II
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Oldest U.S. nuclear plant is shutting down

The Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station is located in New Jersey

Musk apologizes for snags in Model 3 delivery information

Customers "may experience longer response times'' because of a large increase in vehicle deliveries in North America, tweeted CEO Elon Musk

Alberta project aims to capture CO2, boost oil output – a decade later

Enhance Energy, Wolf Midstream to partner on long-awaited Alberta Carbon Trunk Line

Cape Sharp Tidal turbine in Bay of Fundy being monitored remotely: Emera

The equipment is hooked up with environmental monitoring devices required for regulatory compliance and the sending data to the shore

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Ottawa to gradually eliminate plastic waste in its operations across the country

Environment Minister announces the federal government plans to eliminate single-use plastics throughout government operations

Ontario government moves to scrap Green Energy Act

The act was introduced in 2009 in a bid to grow the province's solar and wind energy supply. Critics say scrapping it is largely symbolic, since Doug Ford's government already ripped up 758 renewable energy contracts this summer

Green Party leadership hopefuls in Alberta grapple with thorny issue of oilsands

Alberta's Greens aren't against existing oil sands infrastructure, but want a moratorium on development of additional projects

‘I’m no quitter’ on climate change issues, McKenna says at G7 ministers meeting

In a story published by La Presse, prominent environmentalist David Suzuki said the federal environment minister should resign due to the prime minister's support of the fossil fuel industry

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Ottawa commits $30M for new tidal power project in Bay of Fundy

The $117-million project, operated by Halagonia Tidal Energy Ltd., comes amid the uncertain future of another tidal energy project, the marquee Cape Sharp Tidal venture

Tesla says it has turned over documents to U.S. feds [UPDATED]

CEO Elon Musk tweeted last month that funding was secured to take the company private, but later abandoned the idea. Short-sellers complained Musk's announcement was done to manipulate the stock price and cost them money

Saudi sovereign fund invests US$1B in U.S. electric car firm

The Saudi Public Investment Fund will invest in Newark, California-based Lucid Motors, an 11-year-old private company that has yet to bring a vehicle to market

California busts recycling fraud ring

Perhaps inspired by the classic Seinfeld episode, out-of-state smugglers have been busy attempting to sneak beverage containers into California to take advantage of the state's lucrative recycling rebates

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Ottawa commits $30M for new tidal power project in Bay of Fundy

The $117-million project, operated by Halagonia Tidal Energy Ltd., comes amid the uncertain future of another tidal energy project, the marquee Cape Sharp Tidal venture

Ottawa to gradually eliminate plastic waste in its operations across the country

Environment Minister announces the federal government plans to eliminate single-use plastics throughout government operations

Ontario government moves to scrap Green Energy Act

The act was introduced in 2009 in a bid to grow the province's solar and wind energy supply. Critics say scrapping it is largely symbolic, since Doug Ford's government already ripped up 758 renewable energy contracts this summer

Green Party leadership hopefuls in Alberta grapple with thorny issue of oilsands

Alberta's Greens aren't against existing oil sands infrastructure, but want a moratorium on development of additional projects

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Oldest U.S. nuclear plant is shutting down

The Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station is located in New Jersey

Greenpeace Canada suing Ontario govt over repeal of cap and trade [UPDATE]

The lawsuit alleges the government unlawfully failed to hold public consultations on a regulation to cancel the program

New Brunswick Green leader calls for action to address climate change

David Coon released a list of action items he says a Green government would take

Walmart Canada orders 30 more Tesla semi trucks as it aims to shed diesel

The semi-trucks are touted as a better experience for truck drivers, and promise to increase safety while reducing the cost of cargo transport

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