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November 9, 2018

New Tesla chairwoman’s biggest challenge is controlling Musk

Corporate governance experts aren't sure whether Robyn Denholm will "actually be able to corral the visionary but erratic Elon Musk," who remains CEO
November 13, 2018

Who Got Funding in October (Cleantech)

Fundingportal helps Canadian cleantech companies get funded
November 13, 2018

Raw sewage overflowing into Ontario waterways at alarming rate: watchdog [UPDATED]

A report says that between April 2017 and March this year, raw sewage overflowed into southern Ontario waterways 1,327 times from nearly 60 outdated municipal sewer systems

November 13, 2018

‘Wake up call’ needed for Canada’s fisheries management: scientific audit

Slow scientific publication means some stocks haven't been assessed in years and some health assessments are becoming too outdated to plan around how to help improve the stock
November 12, 2018

New gas plants should pay carbon levy on all emissions by 2030, advocates say

Canada is finalizing the regulations for its carbon-pricing system for big industrial emitters
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Tesla names new board chair in settlement with regulators

Australian telecommunications executive Robyn Denholm has been named as chairman. Elon Musk will remain as Tesla's chief executive

U.S. regulators subpoenaed Tesla production data, company says [UPDATED]

Tesla Inc. says in the filing that to its knowledge, no government agency in an ongoing investigation has determined that it did anything wrong

Dyson to build electric car in Singapore, aiming at China

The company best known for vacuum cleaners wants a foothold in the electric car industry

Shareholders must vote on Musk’s return as Tesla chairman

A court settlement allows Musk to remain CEO but requires him to relinquish his role as chairman for at least three years

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Ottawa plans to give climate funds directly to Ontario institutions, businesses

Ontario's share came into question after Premier Doug Ford scrapped the province's cap and trade program and cancelled climate funding

High court declines to extend halt to climate change lawsuit

The case against the U.S. government was brought by 21 young people, who say the government isn't doing enough to prevent climate change

Saskatchewan’s carbon tax court challenge to be heard in February

The province believes its own climate change plan, which doesn't include a carbon tax, is enough to reduce emissions

U.S. regulators subpoenaed Tesla production data, company says [UPDATED]

Tesla Inc. says in the filing that to its knowledge, no government agency in an ongoing investigation has determined that it did anything wrong

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Who Got Funding in October (Cleantech)

Fundingportal helps Canadian cleantech companies get funded

Ottawa plans to give climate funds directly to Ontario institutions, businesses

Ontario's share came into question after Premier Doug Ford scrapped the province's cap and trade program and cancelled climate funding

Tesla names new board chair in settlement with regulators

Australian telecommunications executive Robyn Denholm has been named as chairman. Elon Musk will remain as Tesla's chief executive

Ontario government passes legislation to scrap cap and trade

Premier Ford vowed to eliminate the system and fight Ottawa's carbon pricing plan during the spring election campaign

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Raw sewage overflowing into Ontario waterways at alarming rate: watchdog [UPDATED]

A report says that between April 2017 and March this year, raw sewage overflowed into southern Ontario waterways 1,327 times from nearly 60 outdated municipal sewer systems

‘Wake up call’ needed for Canada’s fisheries management: scientific audit

Slow scientific publication means some stocks haven't been assessed in years and some health assessments are becoming too outdated to plan around how to help improve the stock

New gas plants should pay carbon levy on all emissions by 2030, advocates say

Canada is finalizing the regulations for its carbon-pricing system for big industrial emitters

Ford buys electric scooter sharing company Spin

Uber and Lyft also have been investing in scooter-sharing companies

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‘Wake up call’ needed for Canada’s fisheries management: scientific audit

Slow scientific publication means some stocks haven't been assessed in years and some health assessments are becoming too outdated to plan around how to help improve the stock

N.S. fishermen to block mill’s survey vessel from entering Northumberland Strait

The Northern Pulp mill's pipeline plan has raised concerns about the impact on the lobster fishery

N.S. cap and trade system for reducing carbon emissions accepted by Ottawa

Nova Scotia is setting a goal of reducing emissions by 45 to 50 per cent of 2005 rates by 2030

Irving Pulp & Paper to pay $3.5M for Saint John River pollution charges

The company plead guilty to three charges of effluent discharge and for failing to meet standards under the federal Fisheries Act

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