Demand for electricity across Canada is forecast to double in the next 25 years, and all the signs from Ontario Premier Doug Ford's government indicate that nuclear energy will supply the biggest portion of the province's additional power needs.
The Great Lakes contain almost 20 percent of the world’s surface fresh water and are the source of drinking water for 8.5 million Canadians.
As discussed in our recent Update, the Government of Alberta enacted the Generation Approvals Pause Regulation on August 3, 2023, requiring the Alberta Utilities Commission..
Today, Jenica Atwin, Member of Parliament for Fredericton, the Honourable Jill Green, Minister of Social Development, Minister responsible for the Economic and Social Inclusion Corporation and for the New Brunswick Housing Corporation, and Her Worship Kate Rogers, Mayor of Fredericton,
This is the first in a two-part series on a massive project taking place in the Port Lands area of Toronto to transform underused land and protect the southeastern part of the city from flooding.
B.C.'s premier said cost of living is an issue shared by all jurisdictions.
Katie Walsh helps cities manage their climate risks—and champions environmental advocates for office
Today our cities consume almost 80% of the world’s energy and emit 60% of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions. 80% of global GDP is also generated from urban-based economic activity.
A new report from Electricity Canada drives home the urgency of expanding Canada’s clean power resources to meet national decarbonization goals and identifies five barriers to reaching those goals.
The Government of British Columbia is amending legislation to ensure owners of high-risk industrial projects are responsible for the full cost of environmental cleanup if their projects are abandoned.
A new report by the Canadian Climate Institute says private capital is needed to invest in climate adaptation infrastructure as extreme weather events like fires and floods become more acute by the year.
While Canada has set a deadline to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, several provinces and cities, including Toronto and Prince Edward Island, have made commitments to reach that goal a decade earlier
The Ontario government is investing more than $3.3 million to build, maintain and revitalize infrastructure at Algonquin Provincial Park, including more roofed accommodations and bridges.
The approvals process for major projects in Canada continues to be slow and cumbersome under revamped environmental assessment legislation, according to a new report.
Premier François Legault says he understands citizens are disappointed that his government cancelled a high-profile campaign pledge to link Quebec City and Lévis with a tunnel, but he has no intention of apologizing because it was the right decision to make.
Quebec will give $2.4 billion over 10 years to help municipalities work on their water and wastewater infrastructure.
We set out to explore the opportunity that vacant and underutilized office space presents for increasing housing supply while making downtown districts across Canada vibrant, equitable...