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California teachers fund pledges to more than double clean energy investments

The California State Teachers' Retirement System says it plans to increase its investments in clean energy and technology to $3.7 billion, from $1.4 billion, over the next five years....

posted: September 19,2014





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New controls placed on old road in P.E.I. to control sediment in West River

BONSHAW, P.E.I. - New controls have been put in place to deal with erosion and sediment problems in Bonshaw, P.E.I....


Opponents of nuke dump site decry report on 'unlawful' secret meetings

TORONTO - Groups fighting a proposed nuclear waste storage site on the shores of Lake Huron called on Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne on Thursday to establish penalties for municipalities who break the law by holding secret meetings....


Price tag for controversial Manitoba hydro line jumps by $1.3 billion

WINNIPEG - The price tag for a Manitoba Hydro megaproject jumped again on Thursday a move that will likely lead to more questions about the province's energy plans....


Channel on Lake Manitoba to be done by 2020, could cost $450 million

WINNIPEG - Manitoba is moving ahead with its plan to carve out another flood outlet to prevent chronic flooding along Lake Manitoba....


Grizzly cubs killed in collision near wildlife underpass on Alberta highway

CALGARY - Two grizzly bear cubs have been killed in a collision on the Trans-Canada Highway west of Calgary....


Town in southern New Brunswick experiences 2.6-magnitude earthquake

SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. - Natural Resources Canada says there was an earthquake in a small southern New Brunswick town on Wednesday....






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