The rigorous regulatory scrutiny being applied to pipeline proposals in Canada and the U.S. is “unavoidable and intrinsic to” processes that remain generally supportive to the industry, Fitch Ratings said on Wednesday.
by Mark Sabourin - Ontario has released a regulatory proposal intended to make it easier for the construction industry to manage excess soil.
ConocoPhillips says it has increased its land position in the Montney play by 32 percent.
Alberta has an important opportunity to put the “capital A” back in the province’s claim to Advantage fame.
Ontario farmers buying certain types of high-efficiency water pumping systems for irrigation, horticulture or stock watering could now be up for rebates.
The home municipality for Ontario Agricultural College’s (OAC) former Kemptville campus is set to remake the site as an “education and community hub.”
Fertilizer Canada and the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers (CAAR) say there will be enough anhydrous ammonia nurse tanks available to supply the fertilizer to farmers during this growing season.