Oil & Gas
Quebec City-based Eddyfi/NDT will now have 1,000+ employees working in 20 global offices and serving customers in 110 countries
The Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish First Nations may still seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada
Last month, officers arrested 14 union members, including Unifor’s national president, after access was blocked to the city’s Co-op oil refinery
Federal Court of Appeal’s three judges unanimously rule to dismiss four challenges by First Nations in BC.
Scott Moe said encouraging pipeline expansion and supporting Indigenous participation are two of the goals to grow Saskatchewan’s population and economy
The court decided in a 3-0 ruling that cabinet’s decision last June to approve the project a second time was reasonable under the law
Saskatchewan premier says the illegal blockade is restricting the flow of fuel to communities across the province.
The firm is awaiting a decision from the federal government on a massive oilsands mine in northeastern Alberta
Federated Co-operatives says in a statement that it’s still confident there’s a path to a deal
Four First Nations from British Columbia filed court challenges after the federal government approved the project a second time last June