Which industry employs more Canadians? The oilsands or clean energy? Employment in Canada's clean energy sector has jumped 37 per cent in the past five years, says a new report from the think tank Clean Energy Canada, and now excee.
Fish deformities spiked after Lac-Mégantic oil spill, report says
Workers tend to an absorbent boom on the Chaudiere River near Lac-Megantic, Que. About litres of crude oil is estimated to have washed into the river after the 2013 train derailment and settled as contaminated sediment on the riverbed.
Fort McMurray's slump has workers worried: 'It is pretty scary right now'
Plunging oil prices, growing layoffs and slowing spending have many workers in Fort McMurray’s oilpatch hustling for work — and wondering whether they can still make a go of it in a city feeling the weight of Alberta’s current economic slump.
Protest grinds along as student seeks to run route of controversial Line 9 pipeline
TransCanada CEO Russ Girling says that at some point in time, the sentiment against pipelines will change because they are the cheapest and safest way to move oil from Canada to the U. and the Gulf Coast.
Alberta pipeline spills 60,000 litres of crude oil into muskeg