White House may veto bill; says it undermines Clean Air Act
Fines come after a series of coal-related spills in West Virginia and North Carolina, which have raised questions about whether officials are doing enough to curb pollution from companies mining, processing, transporting and burning coal
The foreign affairs minister says it’s “decision time”
Canada’s U.S. Ambassador Gary Doer told a gathering in his Manitoba hometown that money has much more influence in U.S. politics than in Canada
Permits can be revoked if the death count is too high, but revocation is considered a last resort.
But supporters of the say new jobs in the green energy sector will offset any job losses.
New legislation that would offset the pipeline’s environmental impact could be enough to win support from Obama, one expert says.
Says investment in energy efficient technologies could save manufacturers up to US$100 billion over the next decade.
CEO Akerson calls for Bush-era tax cuts and on cutting government spending
New measures will enhance Canada’s ability to track border activity of EI recipients