US President Donald Trump has sent a second warning to Canada over the North American Free Trade Agreement, demanding to remove unfair policies that give advantage to the Canadian industries over the American.
Toronto Star defends Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne’s decision to cut the hydro bills by 25 per cent that will provide “relief both for ratepayers and for a provincial government that has been wearing this issue like a millstone.”
In an interview with CKNW’s Lynda Steele, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated his commitment to fight climate change even if the new American President disavows the Paris Agreement on climate change and spurs economic growth based on the use of fossil fuels. Trudeau believes that such a scenario may even economically benefit Canada as a world leader in developing sources ...
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau believes that the “divisive and fearful narratives” around the world are a result of the perception within the middle class that globalization has no benefits for the ordinary people.
The federal government approved on Tuesday, November 29, 2016 a “pipeline plan that will protect the environment and grow the economy.” The plan includes the approval of two major pipelines the Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project and Line 3 Replacement Project:
CIJnews, the Jewish Russian Community Centre (JRCC) and the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) join forces to organize a second exclusive strategic briefing on the Canadian energy sector and national security in the wake of the recently thwarted suicide bombing attack west of London, Ont. A total of $500 worth gifts for Rosh HaSahanah will be given to the ...
Gaz Métro, in collaboration with the British Columbia firm G4 Insights, carried out trials at the Natural Gas Technologies Centre in Boucherville aimed at converting forestry biomass into second-generation renewable natural gas.
In his recent visit to the US, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was asked by a reporter to explain why he intentionally avoided raising the issue of building a crude oil pipeline connecting Alberta’s oil industry to American refineries.