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Ottawa’s fish-farm transition plan could sink industry if mishandled, businesses say

Ottawa’s fish-farm transition plan could sink industry if mishandled, businesses say

Industry awaits federal government renewal decision as 66 B.C. salmon farm licences expire this month
Emissions cap not possible without oil, gas production cuts: Deloitte

Emissions cap not possible without oil, gas production cuts: Deloitte

CALGARY — Canadian oil and gas companies facing a federally imposed emissions cap will decide to cut their production rather than invest in too-expensive carbon capture and storage technology, a new report by Deloitte says.
Ballard signs partnership deal with Vertiv for backup power systems for data centres

Ballard signs partnership deal with Vertiv for backup power systems for data centres

VANCOUVER — Ballard Power Systems Inc. and Vertiv have signed a partnership deal focused on the use of hydrogen-powered fuel cell systems for backup power applications in data centres.
Kamloops urges province to take swift action on fibre supply, forest fuels

Kamloops urges province to take swift action on fibre supply, forest fuels

City council backs call for measures to clean up forest fuels and improve timber industry sustainability
TC gives start work notice for new LNG-related pipeline in B.C.

TC gives start work notice for new LNG-related pipeline in B.C.

Construction to start on natural gas pipeline for Ksi Lisims LNG on August 24
Updated: Provincial regulator orders WLNG workers onto Squamish floatel

Updated: Provincial regulator orders WLNG workers onto Squamish floatel

WLNG has been waiting on a temporary use permit from the District of Squamish; company says it is preparing to move the floatel to Squamish, as ordered.
Taseko says tentative deal reached with striking workers at Gibraltar mine

Taseko says tentative deal reached with striking workers at Gibraltar mine

VANCOUVER — Taseko Mines Ltd. says it has reached a tentative agreement with striking employees at its Gibraltar Mine in central British Columbia. The deal is subject to ratification by the workers, who are represented by Unifor.
Mass mortality event kills hundreds of tonnes of B.C. farmed salmon

Mass mortality event kills hundreds of tonnes of B.C. farmed salmon

DFO and operator attribute mass die-off to low oxygen, but one scientist who visited one far-flung site in a kayak worries the real cause could be more complicated.
Nano Nuclear targets mine sites for micro-reactors

Nano Nuclear targets mine sites for micro-reactors

Vancouver CEO of Nano Nuclear explains unique business model
Coastal GasLink completes $7.15B bond offering, largest in corporate Canadian history

Coastal GasLink completes $7.15B bond offering, largest in corporate Canadian history

CALGARY — Calgary-based TC Energy Corp., the company behind the Coastal GasLink pipeline, says it has completed the largest corporate bond offering in Canadian history. The company says it has concluded a $7.