Ontario Expanding Natural Gas to Saugeen First Nation The Ontario government is providing up to $1.8 million to expand natural gas to households and businesses in Saugeen First Nation.
Sask energy minister reacts to pipeline chaos in US Bronwyn Eyre, Saskatchewan's energy minister, reacts to pipeline chaos in the US.
Cenovus first to announce it’s shipping Western oil to Eastern refineries through... Cenovus Energy Inc. is the first Canadian oilsands company to announce it’s shipping crude via the Panama Canal to Irving Oil Ltd.’s refinery in Saint John, New Brunswick, as the industry explores circuitous routes to reach new markets.
Michels Canada will ramp up hiring to complete Keystone XL contract Michels Canada will ramp up hiring to complete Keystone XL contract. The company to start Alberta portion this summer and complete project by spring 2022.
Crown, company drop charges against LNG pipeline opponents in B.C. Criminal and civil contempt of court charges have been dropped against those who were arrested in February for violating an injunction while fighting the construction of a natural gas pipeline in northern B.C.
Why crude oil trains keep derailing and exploding in Canada Why crude oil trains keep derailing and exploding in Canada — even after the Lac-Mégantic disaster.
Second Wet’suwet’en hereditary subchief speaks out against protest leaders “These 5 so-called hereditary chiefs, who say they are making decisions on behalf of all Wet’suwet’en, do not speak for the Wet’suwet’en." - A second Wet’suwet’en hereditary subchief is denouncing hereditary leaders at the heart of #CoastalGasLink dispute.
Alberta to bring in stiff penalties against ‘riots’ on railways amid Wet’suwet’en... In the wake of Teck Resources cancelling a massive oilsands project, Alberta plans to directly invest in energy projects and put into law stiffer penalties for protesters like those that have setup rail blockades across the country in recent weeks.
LiUNA Builds Better Lives! Metis community members in Conklin AB, receive Construction Craft Worker Training as part of LiUNA Local 92 (Edmonton) remote training program. Members of indigenous communities now have access to qualified skills training, without having to leave their community.