Federal politicians are expected to make a significant announcement on ocean protection during an international conference in Vancouver on how to take action on promises to protect the marine world made at recent global environment meetings.
Alberta is preparing to change how it ensures oilsands companies are able to pay for the mammoth job of cleaning up their operations, but critics fear a year of consultations hasn't been enough to avoid repeating past mistakes.
New research has spelled out for the first time the gap between official lists of trails in the southern Rockies and the number of trails there actually are, suggesting effects from the growing number of backcountry users may be larger than suspected.
The federal government delivered nearly $10 million on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, to support Alberta's growing hydrogen industry as the province continues to accuse Ottawa of wanting to shut down jobs in its energy sector.
Alberta's New Democrat Opposition wants public consultations on a government plan that would subsidize oil and gas companies to fulfil legal commitments to clean up old wells, a major proponent of which has been working directly in Premier Danielle Smith's office for months.
"Fiona was a large-scale, high-impact storm -- likely the most damaging hurricane in Canadian history in terms of insurance costs with initial estimates of $700 million," Dave Phillips said in his 27th annual rundown.