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.
JWN: CALGARY — Potential delays in the completion of the Keystone XL pipeline following a U.S. judge's order mean that Western Canadian oil producers could suffer current price discounts for a longer period of time, an industry spokesman says.
JWN: In another sign that activity is on the rise in Alberta’s East Duvernay Shale Play, Inter Pipeline has announced a new $82 million investment in area infrastructure.
JWN: When it comes to responding to industrial environmental accidents like train derailments and oil spills, there is a tendency within government to respond with tougher and potentially overly prescriptive regulations.
EcoLog: by Mark Sabourin... A new environmental assessment process in British Columbia (B.C.) will ensure a far greater role for First Nations in project approval, open up new avenues for public participation and promise a clear and predictable process for project proponents.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Husky Energy held an open house Wednesday in Prince Albert to discuss a proposal to build new pipelines to replace a line that leaked in 2016, causing an oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River.
Despite tariffs that President Trump imposed on imported panels, the U.S. installed more solar energy than any other source of electricity in the first quarter.