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Pathways oilsands group removes website content over anti-greenwashing rules

Pathways oilsands group removes website content over anti-greenwashing rules

CALGARY — The Pathways Alliance group of oilsands companies has removed all content from its website and social media feeds, citing uncertainty over a new anti-greenwashing rule poised to become federal law, while a major oil and gas industry group h
Head of New Brunswick health network defends big spending on travel nurses

Head of New Brunswick health network defends big spending on travel nurses

FREDERICTON — The head of New Brunswick's francophone Vitalité Health Network launched a spirited defence Thursday of the organization's spending on travel nurse contracts. Dr.
Alberta environment minister unworried by movement toward methane tariffs

Alberta environment minister unworried by movement toward methane tariffs

WASHINGTON — Alberta's environment minister expressed little concern that European countries are taking steps toward tariffs on imported natural gas associated with high methane emissions as she promoted the province's role as an energy ally in Washi
Hate the long walk on Canada Day? Ottawa mayor, feds point fingers over transit plan

Hate the long walk on Canada Day? Ottawa mayor, feds point fingers over transit plan

OTTAWA — Throngs of revellers decked out in red and white will make a 1.
As former chief sues Assembly of First Nations, minister says Ottawa won't weigh in

As former chief sues Assembly of First Nations, minister says Ottawa won't weigh in

OTTAWA — The federal minister of Crown-Indigenous relations says Ottawa's role is not to govern the internal accountability of the Assembly of First Nations, as its former chief launches a lawsuit against the advocacy group.
New York moves to limit 'addictive' social media feeds for kids

New York moves to limit 'addictive' social media feeds for kids

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Thursday signed a bill that would allow parents to block their children from getting social media posts suggested by a platform's algorithm, a move to limit feeds critics argue are addictive.
Calgary mayor sticks to Stampede opening day for possible main water fix

Calgary mayor sticks to Stampede opening day for possible main water fix

CALGARY — Calgary's mayor is promising residents a full accounting of the costs created by a catastrophic break of the city's main water line.
Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (21,581.35, up 64.45 points): Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. (TSX:CNQ). Energy. Up 65 cents, or 1.4 per cent, to $47.
Ontario may need to import electricity during extreme weather: report

Ontario may need to import electricity during extreme weather: report

Ontario's electricity system operator says the province should have enough electricity to meet growing demand this year and next, though it may have to import power during extreme heat at times.
Talks underway with potential buyer for Atlantic Canada's largest newspaper chain

Talks underway with potential buyer for Atlantic Canada's largest newspaper chain

HALIFAX — The court-appointed monitor overseeing the potential sale of Atlantic Canada's largest newspaper chain has confirmed selection of a bidder who has plans to operate SaltWire Network Inc. and The Halifax Herald Ltd. as viable businesses.