In mid-March, Trudeau plans to meet with premiers and territorial leaders to devise a national climate-change strategy. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall could prove to be an opposing force.
An Ontario first nation is taking its fight against a controversial pipeline that runs through one of Canada’s most populous corridors to the country’s top court.
The Canadian oil industry entered 2016 on a hopeful note as a number of key story lines hinted at better days to come. Here are the top 3 Canadian oil stories to watch in 2016.
The premiers of Alberta and Manitoba agreed Friday to co-operate on energy efficiency and climate change, but there’s no firm commitment yet on Manitoba’s support for the proposed Energy East pipeline.
Oil’s plunge to below $31 Monday has spurred a bold call from one financial giant that the Bank of Canada will cut rates on Jan. 20.
At a vast dumpsite in the west of Ghana's capital Accra, small fires burn among piles of old computers, television screens and laptops, throwing plumes of thick black smoke into the air.