by Mark Sabourin - With two new pieces of legislation, the federal government is moving to undo an important piece of the Harper government’s environmental legacy.
By Deborah Jaremko - Here's a selection of major project work underway to produce, transport or add value to Canadian oil and gas in the New Year.
By Mark Sabourin - “Build on Building Better Lives: Ontario’s Long-Term Infrastructure Plan 2017”, released November 28, 2017, is an update and tweak of a series of plans anchored to the commitment to invest $190 billion in infrastructure over the 13-year period beginning in 2014-15.
By Mark Sabourin - Nova Scotia’s Department of Environment is doing a poor job of monitoring compliance with the terms and conditions imposed by environmental assessments, says the province’s Auditor General.
By Mark Sabourin - The Manitoba government is welcoming an Auditor General’s report that gives the province mostly a failing grade for its performance against climate change objectives.
By Mark Sabourin - The introduction of a permit-by-rule system in the Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) has greatly improved environmental protection of Ontarians, according to Environmental Commissioner of Ontario Dianne Saxe.
By Mark Sabourin - A new discussion paper, “Environmental and Regulatory Reviews”, released by the federal government outlines many of the changes now being considered to reform the environmental impact assessment process.
Canadians have until August 28 to provide the federal government with feedback on its proposed changes to environmental and regulatory ...
There are more than 80,000 inactive oil wells in Alberta, and University of Calgary economist Lucija Muehlenbachs says almost all of them will never produce another drop of oil.