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December 10, 2019

B.C. seaplane company set to test the first commercial electronic plane

The world's first all-electric airline takes to the skies from the Harbour Air Seaplane terminal in Richmond, B.C.
December 10, 2019

GM lending US$40M to startup company buying closed Ohio plant

Lordstown Motors Corp. announced a month ago that it had bought the once-bustling factory near Youngstown; It wants to begin making electric trucks by late 2020
December 10, 2019

Cleantech firm BIOREM tallies new orders worth $5.7M

The Guelph, Ont. company manufactures high-efficiency air emissions control systems

December 10, 2019

Feds charge Volkswagen with violating environment law for faking emissions tests [UPDATED]

Volkswagen allegedly imported cars into Canada that violated emissions standards
December 9, 2019

Supreme Court says companies must pay for Grassy Narrows mill site maintenance

Untreated mercury waste from a pulp-and-paper mill's operations in Dryden, Ont., entered the English-Wabigoon river system in the 1960s
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Tesla to build factory in Germany after subsidies announced

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted the new plant “will build batteries, powertrains & vehicles, starting with Model Y"

Nuclear industry accounts for 76,000 jobs across Canada

Canada's nuclear industry is growing in size due to the refurbishment of Ontario's reactors, says Canadian Nuclear Association

Walmart, Tesla settle lawsuit over fiery solar panels

Both sides have resolved issues raised by Walmart in the case

German court opens hearings on consumer suit against VW

Proceedings are meant to establish only whether the company acted illegally. If so, customers would have to seek compensation in separate proceedings

RegulationMore Regulation

Feds charge Volkswagen with violating environment law for faking emissions tests [UPDATED]

Volkswagen allegedly imported cars into Canada that violated emissions standards

Nova Scotia pulp mill’s effluent focus report lacks detail: federal departments

Provincial Environment Minister Gordon Wilson is to make a final decision on the new treatment plant by Dec. 17

B.C. provided $830M in fossil fuel subsidies in 2017-18: report [UPDATED]

A co-author of the report says every year companies claim credits to reduce the royalties they pay

Lawsuit aims to kill stalled US$2B methanol refinery project

Plans for the US$2 billion refinery, shipping terminal and pipeline project in the small city of Kalama, Washington, are already stalled after a state board required further environmental review

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Too late for a carbon tax, says former Ontario Liberal environment minister

Glen Murray said the focus must shift to overhauling transportation systems and buildings

Hiking carbon tax to $210 cheapest way to hit Canada’s climate targets: commission

A report concludes carbon pricing can reduce emissions with the lowest cost to consumers while permitting the most economic growth

Ontario auditor general assesses green energy cancellation costs as reasonable

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath had asked Bonnie Lysyk to probe the price tag

B.C. provided $830M in fossil fuel subsidies in 2017-18: report [UPDATED]

A co-author of the report says every year companies claim credits to reduce the royalties they pay

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Feds charge Volkswagen with violating environment law for faking emissions tests [UPDATED]

Volkswagen allegedly imported cars into Canada that violated emissions standards

B.C. seaplane company set to test the first commercial electronic plane

The world's first all-electric airline takes to the skies from the Harbour Air Seaplane terminal in Richmond, B.C.

Supreme Court says companies must pay for Grassy Narrows mill site maintenance

Untreated mercury waste from a pulp-and-paper mill's operations in Dryden, Ont., entered the English-Wabigoon river system in the 1960s

Greta asks media to focus on other young climate activists

“It is people especially from the global south, especially from indigenous communities, who need to tell their stories,” she said

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Feds charge Volkswagen with violating environment law for faking emissions tests [UPDATED]

Volkswagen allegedly imported cars into Canada that violated emissions standards

B.C. seaplane company set to test the first commercial electronic plane

The world's first all-electric airline takes to the skies from the Harbour Air Seaplane terminal in Richmond, B.C.

Greta asks media to focus on other young climate activists

“It is people especially from the global south, especially from indigenous communities, who need to tell their stories,” she said

Ford government’s anti-carbon tax TV ad cost Ontario taxpayers $4M: Auditor

The ad in question was supposed to denigrate the federal carbon tax but was mocked for sending the opposite message

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