N.B. Tories release new plan to reduce large emitters’ greenhouse gas emissions – New Brunswick

New Brunswick’s Tory government has released its “made-in-New Brunswick” plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The plan, titled Holding Large Emitters Accountable: New Brunswick’s

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Ontario government wants anti-carbon tax gas pump stickers on display by end of summer

TORONTO – Ontario wants gas station operators to display mandatory anti-carbon tax stickers by the end of the summer or face potential Provincial Offences

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Judge certifies $20M class-action lawsuit in Fort McMurray gas explosion

An Alberta judge has certified a $20-million class-action lawsuit against ATCO Gas and Pipelines Ltd. over an explosion in Fort McMurray after the devastating

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Should B.C. regulate the price of gas? Economist says it’s the antidote to oil industry ‘gouging’

A Vancouver-based economist says the oil industry is “gouging” Vancouver consumers and is calling on the province to regulate the price of gasoline. Marc

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Are soaring gas prices affecting British Columbians’ vehicle choices?

Despite soaring gas prices, British Columbia’s single most popular insured vehicle by make and model in 2018 was the Ford F150 XLT Supercrew 4-wheel-drive truck, according to

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Jason Kenney promises to make Vancouver carbon-free in 2020 — by turning off the gas taps

With just three days to go before Alberta goes to the polls, United Conservative Leader (UCP) Jason Kenney is ramping up his threats towards

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Why the future of the planet, and the Trudeau government, depends on the price of gas

With the arrival of a national price on carbon, Conservatives have decided that the future of climate policy in Canada will be decided at

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Ammonia gas leak prompts evacuation of southwest Edmonton arena – Edmonton

The Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre was evacuated on Thursday night because of an ammonia gas leak, according to a spokesperson for Edmonton Fire Rescue

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U.S. border agents using less lethal force, tear gas, batons and stun guns than in years: data – National

Firearms use by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers and agents is declining, and less-lethal force is also down, according to data obtained Tuesday

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Alberta workers brace for more layoffs as TransAlta continues shift from coal to natural gas

About 122 TransAlta employees could be laid off by the end of February as the company continues its transition to natural gas, according to

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