By Mark Sabourin - Much like its federal counterparts, the British Columbia (B.C.) government is hoping that a more robust and inclusive environmental assessment process will pave the way to responsible resource development largely free of controversy, public disruption and court challenges.
Support effective contaminated sites management, encourage brownfield redevelopment and provide clarity for stakeholders on risk management and remediation.
Environmental employment showed recovery in 2017 as 22,700 jobs were posted across Canada.
VANCOUVER — Indigenous leaders in British Columbia are threatening future court challenges of the National Energy Board's review of the marine shipping effects of an expanded Trans Mountain pipeline.
Kwispaa LNG has entered the next phase of project development with the submission of the project description to the regulatory authorities.
The new Progressive Conservative government hasn’t said too much about landfills since taking office in late June.
It's the largest infrastructure project in the country's history.
Ontario's robust construction market generates almost 26 million cubic metres of excess construction soil every year – enough dirt to fill Toronto's Rogers Centre 16 times.
The Narwhal: Hans Matthews spent much of 2012 criss-crossing Alberta and B.C. as a member of the federal-provincial panel conducting hearings on the contentious Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
JWN: Momentum is building for construction of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, with Kinder Morgan Canada releasing the final list of its major contractors.