A drilling company has pleaded guilty in the death of a worker in Saskatchewan.
Says using tankers to deliver oil by sea is safer and would give the region more flexibility to diversify its energy supply
Aluminum giant’s ongoing restructuring is also dipping into revenues
Survey shows little appetite in executive offices for type of investment that would spur economic growth
Will invest estimated $20-million to convert shuttered mill in Matane, Que.
The same line has seen at least three spills over the past two decades
The incident has shone the spotlight on the contentious political debate over oil transportation, and Canada’s rapidly expanding oil-by-rail industry
As many as 140,000 carloads of crude oil expected to rattle over nation’s tracks this year
Down one per cent in May compared with previous month; worse than predicted decline of 0.5 per cent
Disappointing global growth has driven currency down quicker than bank had expected