With Canada’s economy in rough shape, the big question from participants in Maclean’s Town Hall event was if Trudeau’s election promises can still be met


BRINSTON, ONT. • Jason Cardinal fiddles with his baseball cap, leans back on the wall and mockingly counts his gripes with the latest energy project imposed on his eastern Ontario township.


TORONTO — A report by the Bank of Montreal suggests Canadian drivers aren’t reaping the full benefit of lower oil prices when it comes to prices at the pump.


Crude prices rose after six straight days of losses on Monday, even as Iran spooked investors over the weekend with its plans to flood the market with even more cheap crude.


First steps in an overhaul of Canada’s environmental assessment process is “weeks, not months” away, the minister responsible, Jim Carr, told iPolitics.


Residents of Renfrew had an opportunity to learn about the proposed Energy East Pipeline. The pipeline’s course includes the Upper Ottawa Valley through Admaston-Bromley, Horton and McNab-Braeside townships.


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