Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spent a lot of time on his feet in the House of Commons on Monday, responding to questions about revelations by National Observer that two oilpatch executives were getting $3 million in bonuses because of a federal deal negotiated by his finance minister to buy a west coast pipeline and expansion project.
The Ontario NDP candidate for Ottawa South said she's found that health care, education and community safety are the main issues — by a long shot — that people raise when she goes door-knocking in the riding.
Plunging prices for renewable energy and rapidly increasing investment in low-carbon technologies could leave fossil fuel companies with trillions in stranded assets and spark a global financial crisis, a new study has found.
"No deal ... no buyout." A speech that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could have given if he'd said 'no' to Kinder Morgan is imagined by 'Mitchell Beer, publisher of The Energy Mix, an e-digest on climate change, energy, and post-carbon solutions.
Pipeline opponents in B.C. rallied in Whistler and Burnaby Mountain on Saturday the wake of the federal government's announcement that it would purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5 billion in taxpayer funds.
“We have a strong environmental message,” Doug Ford told reporters at a tightly-scripted news conference in Ottawa. “People want clean lakes, they want clean rivers, they want clean air and we’re going to make sure that we deliver that.”
Progressive Conservative leader Doug Ford’s campaign trail promise to withdraw Ontario from the cap and trade market it shares with Quebec and California would likely cost the province between $2 billion and $4 billion, a leading environmental lawyer warns.
Two executives at the Canadian unit of Texas-based Kinder Morgan are poised to cash in with $1.5 million bonuses after Ottawa offered to bailout their west coast oil pipeline system and expansion project, according to a new filing with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission.