By 2030, 30% of all vehicles sold in B.C. will have to be EV or hybrid, and 100% by 2040.
Ottawa recently announced renewed efforts to sell the Crown-owned terminal, Ridley Terminal, which is used to export thermal and metallurgical coal.
We’ve seen investment in the oilsands decrease substantially, but at the same time we’ve seen investment in other long-cycle projects globally increase.
BC drivers might be hit with more than gasoline price spikes should Alberta decide to play hardball.
Consulting and partnering with First Nations isn’t just a way to get social licence – it can also provide real solutions to labour challenges.
The appeal against the terminal at Fraser Surrey Docks was made by two community groups backed by Ecojustice last week.
"Adverse effects of the Ajax project outweighed the potential benefits."
After sending court bailiffs to seize property from Stand.earth, Enbridge backed off, saying it will not seize property after all.
Vancouver Island copper-zinc-lead mine, Myra Falls, restarts after nearly two years.
British Columbia's government says Taseko can drill, federal government says it can't.
Without new pipeline capacity, more oil will move by rail, two new studies warn
Chemist says geothermal reservoirs could also produce electricity
But owners of Wolverine mine say rail line not operational yet.
A new Clean Energy Canada report suggests Canada’s mining sector stands to benefit from the clean-energy transition.
Only after a project got a conditional yes or no from the federal government would it enter a two-year environmental review.
Canadian energy guru Peter Tertzakian addressed the CFA Society Vancouver last week.
While wew mines continue to open in British Columbia, the perceptionis that the province is no longer a welcome place for mineral exploration.
AuRico Metals received an environmental certificate this week for its $684 million Kemess underground project, shuttered in 2011.
B2Gold escapes crackdown in Philippines, but Australian-Canadian OceanaGold has mine suspended.
Minerals and metals prices are rising, investor confidence in the majors is returning, and those majors are keen to restock depleting minable reserves.
Imperial Metals applied for a permit to release water from Mount Polley tailings pond in 2009 – and still doesn’t have one.
Court forced B.C. to issue its own environmental certificate on pipeline expansion.
That is how much the company will have to spend just getting the expansion project shovel-ready, according to Conference Board of Canada estimates.
But Asia rises as potential market for Trans Mountain crude say analysts.
Prices are shooting up, but can multibillion-dollar projects be saved?