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April 16, 2019

SNC-Lavalin joint venture wins $1B contract to decommission U.S. nuclear site

The contract adds high-margin nuclear work to SNC-Lavalin's existing $1.2-billion backlog of decommission and specialty nuclear engineering work
April 18, 2019

Federal government extends deadline to make Trans Mountain decision to June 18

The extension gives the government more time to complete consultations with Indigenous groups
April 18, 2019

Ontario releases anti carbon tax radio ad with sound of clinking coins

The Treasury Board finds fault with the ad for being partisan and criticizing another government

April 18, 2019

Jason Kenney says Bill 1 will repeal the carbon tax; swearing in set for April 30

Alberta's premier also plans to bring into force a law that allows for the restriction of fuel shipments from Alberta
April 17, 2019

Solar car startup Sono to build in Sweden, starting in 2020

Sono says it has taken 9,800 orders and the vehicle will sell for 25,500 euros (US$28,828)
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Solar car startup Sono to build in Sweden, starting in 2020

Sono says it has taken 9,800 orders and the vehicle will sell for 25,500 euros (US$28,828)

Electric car makers woo Chinese buyers with range, features

Two of China's biggest state-owned automakers unveiled models they said can travel 600 kilometres on one charge, or nearly double the range of global competitors

Former Volkswagen CEO charged with fraud in Germany

Former Volkswagen CEO allegedly failed to report the deceptive practice of cheating on diesel emissions testing

Canada’s EV charging network growing up as numbers and power improve

Canada already has more than 500 fast chargers as part of a network of over 4,000 level two and three charging sites

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Federal government extends deadline to make Trans Mountain decision to June 18

The extension gives the government more time to complete consultations with Indigenous groups

Jason Kenney says Bill 1 will repeal the carbon tax; swearing in set for April 30

Alberta's premier also plans to bring into force a law that allows for the restriction of fuel shipments from Alberta

Crown won’t pursue charges against 14 pipeline opponents in northern B.C.

The decision not to pursue the charges relates to whether information was available on the injunction

Ontario’s court challenge against federal carbon tax gets underway today

Ontario's PC government views the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act as an illegal tax grab

FinancingMore Financing

Federal government extends deadline to make Trans Mountain decision to June 18

The extension gives the government more time to complete consultations with Indigenous groups

Jason Kenney says Bill 1 will repeal the carbon tax; swearing in set for April 30

Alberta's premier also plans to bring into force a law that allows for the restriction of fuel shipments from Alberta

Solar car startup Sono to build in Sweden, starting in 2020

Sono says it has taken 9,800 orders and the vehicle will sell for 25,500 euros (US$28,828)

Nova Scotia seeking firms to explore possibility of digging out remaining coal

The proposal flies in the face of a federal goal of ending coal-fired electrical generation by 2030

Environment and SafetyMore Environment and Safety

Solar car startup Sono to build in Sweden, starting in 2020

Sono says it has taken 9,800 orders and the vehicle will sell for 25,500 euros (US$28,828)

Nova Scotia seeking firms to explore possibility of digging out remaining coal

The proposal flies in the face of a federal goal of ending coal-fired electrical generation by 2030

Ontario ‘alarmist’ over federal powers if carbon pricing law stands, court hears

At issue is the validity of federal legislation that kicked in on April 1 and which imposes a charge on gasoline, as well as other fossil fuels and industrial polluters

Crown won’t pursue charges against 14 pipeline opponents in northern B.C.

The decision not to pursue the charges relates to whether information was available on the injunction

SustainabilityMore Sustainability

Federal government extends deadline to make Trans Mountain decision to June 18

The extension gives the government more time to complete consultations with Indigenous groups

Solar car startup Sono to build in Sweden, starting in 2020

Sono says it has taken 9,800 orders and the vehicle will sell for 25,500 euros (US$28,828)

Nova Scotia seeking firms to explore possibility of digging out remaining coal

The proposal flies in the face of a federal goal of ending coal-fired electrical generation by 2030

Ontario ‘alarmist’ over federal powers if carbon pricing law stands, court hears

At issue is the validity of federal legislation that kicked in on April 1 and which imposes a charge on gasoline, as well as other fossil fuels and industrial polluters

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