Tuesday November 25, 2014




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National Energy Board to ask Canadians for input on pipeline safety

SAINT JOHN, N.B. - The National Energy Board will launch a tour early in the new year in an effort to strengthen pipeline safety, the chairman of the federal regulatory agency said Tuesday....

posted: November 25,2014





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Saskatchewan premier concerned about Ontario and Quebec position on Energy East

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall said Monday he believes the premiers of Ontario and Quebec are creating unnecessary barriers to the Energy East Pipeline by setting conditions for their support of the project....


Cold water makes natural Canadian sea salt unique: very white and clean

LONDON, Ont. - Sea salt has been harvested around the world for centuries, but even though Canada has oceans on three sides, commercial sea salt production began here just five years ago....


Alberta wolf cull stabilizes caribou numbers, but just buys time: study

EDMONTON - New research shows that killing hundreds of wolves has barely managed to stabilize the numbers of a threatened Alberta caribou herd in a region increasingly impacted by industry....


Ontario and Quebec governments sign deals on climate change, energy projects

TORONTO - Ontario and Quebec signed several agreements on Friday promising to co-operate on trade, climate change, energy projects and alcohol sales at a joint meeting of the two provinces' Liberal cabinets in Toronto....


Cda gives $300M to help small countries address climate change

OTTAWA - Canada will contribute another $300 million to the Green Climate Fund, which helps developing countries address climate change....


Prince Edward Island farmer fined $72,000 for pesticide runoff that killed fish

SUMMERSIDE, P.E.I. - A Prince Edward Island farmer has been fined about $72,000 after pesticide runoffs from his land resulted in a large fish kill, Environment Canada says....






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