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Canada Pension Plan Makes $1.75-Billion Investment Into Renewable Energy

Canada Pension Plan Makes $1.75-Billion Investment Into Renewable Energy

CALGARY — Enbridge Inc. has signed a deal for the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to buy 49 per cent of the pipeline company’s interests in a group of renewable power assets for $1.75 billion. Enbridge says the agreement will see the creation of a joint venture that includes all its Canadian renewable power assets, […]

Oilsands Will Exceed Their Emissions Cap In 12 Years If Nothing Changes: Report

Oilsands Will Exceed Their Emissions Cap In 12 Years If Nothing Changes: Report

CALGARY — Canada’s oilsands production could grow to the point that its emissions exceed the Alberta government’s cap of 100 million tonnes per year by 2030, according to a forecast from the Canadian Energy Research Institute released Monday. On-site emissions from oilsands producers would grow from about 72 million tonnes in 2017 to 103 million […]

Jason Kenney Calls Carbon Tax A ‘Frog In The Pot’ Situation For Canadians

Jason Kenney Calls Carbon Tax A ‘Frog In The Pot’ Situation For Canadians

OTTAWA — Jason Kenney arrived on Parliament Hill Monday ready to pick a fight against Liberals over the federal carbon tax. “This is a frog in the pot syndrome,” the Alberta United Conservative Party leader told a House of Commons finance committee meeting. He accused advocates of a carbon tax of “trying to get people […]

6 Things To Know About The CANZUK Movement

This Edmonton Man Was Diagnosed With Type 2 Diabetes, So He ‘Reset’ His Body

This Edmonton Man Was Diagnosed With Type 2 Diabetes, So He ‘Reset’ His Body

HuffPost Canada’s Lost It series chronicles the stories of everyday Canadians who have struggled with their weight — and won. We talk to people about what they eat, how they exercise and generally, what their healthy lifestyle is to maintain their weight now that they’ve lost it. You can read more stories from Lost It […]

City Of Markham Sells Itself As Home For Amazon’s Second Headquarters

City Of Markham Sells Itself As Home For Amazon’s Second Headquarters

MARKHAM, Ont. — A city just north of Toronto is making a play to try to position itself as the home for Amazon’s second North American headquarters. Markham, Ont. — one of 10 Canadian cities that joined with Toronto to bid for the hub — installed 23 bright orange signs on Monday throughout the city, […]

Making Health Data Public Would Give Canada’s Economy A Leg Up

Making Health Data Public Would Give Canada’s Economy A Leg Up

Move over, knowledge-based economy. Hello data-driven economy. Canadians are sleepwalking into a new reality, one that has been exploited successfully by today’s mega firms — Google, Facebook, Amazon, Uber and others — for more than a decade. For most, if not all, commercial firms, data is the critical capital input to tomorrow’s economy. Innovators and […]

China Dismisses U.S. Criticism Of Its ‘Orwellian’ Demand About Taiwan

China Dismisses U.S. Criticism Of Its ‘Orwellian’ Demand About Taiwan

BEIJING — China has dismissed White House criticism of its “Orwellian” demand that foreign airlines not refer to self-ruled Taiwan as a country, saying companies operating in China must respect its sovereignty. “Whatever the U.S. says will never change the objective fact that there is only one China in the world and the Hong Kong, […]

Why You Should Care About Economic Inequality

Why You Should Care About Economic Inequality

From the Occupy Wall Street protests to the recent Fight for $15 movement, income and wealth inequality has been a hot topic in recent years. This development is unsurprisingly given that an increasing share of the wealth generated globally has for years been making its way into the pockets of a smaller percentage of the […]

United Conservative Party Votes To Tell Parents If Child Joins Gay-Straight Alliance

United Conservative Party Votes To Tell Parents If Child Joins Gay-Straight Alliance

RED DEER, Alta. — Alberta’s United Conservative Party delegates voted Sunday for balanced budgets and an end to the carbon tax, but there were fireworks after they also OK’d a controversial motion affecting gay children in schools. Delegates at the party’s founding policy convention voted 57 per cent in favour of a motion to have […]

Jason Kenney Declares War On ‘Green Left’ In Keynote Speech To United Conservative Party

Jason Kenney Declares War On ‘Green Left’ In Keynote Speech To United Conservative Party

RED DEER, Alta. — United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney, in a fiery speech to party members, is promising an all-out attack on the “green left” and those who secretly fund and support the demonization of Alberta’s oil. “The special interests have targeted Alberta oil and not Saudi, Venezuelan, or Russian oil because they saw us […]

NAFTA Talks: Emails Reveal Just How Carefully Liberals Orchestrated Canada’s Message

NAFTA Talks: Emails Reveal Just How Carefully Liberals Orchestrated Canada’s Message

OTTAWA — The Liberal government has been orchestrating the Canadian approach to the North American Free Trade Agreement talks so carefully that at one point, Ottawa issued talking points to help ensure even the provinces and territories were all speaking with one voice. The email inbox of Steve Verheul, Canada’s chief NAFTA negotiator, shows the […]

United Conservative Party Doesn’t Make The Cut For Edmonton Pride Parade

United Conservative Party Doesn’t Make The Cut For Edmonton Pride Parade

Edmonton’s Pride festival has rejected an application by Alberta’s Opposition United Conservative Party to participate in its parade. The Edmonton Pride Festival Society says the party did not meet criteria that include connecting with the community, having policies and values that include the community and being sincere in an application. “When the committee reviewed the […]

Twitter Tells Users To Change Passwords After Bug Exposed Info

Twitter Tells Users To Change Passwords After Bug Exposed Info

TORONTO — Twitter Inc. is encouraging its 336 million users to change their passwords after a bug left some exposed in an internal log. The company says it typically uses technology to mask the passwords so no one can see them, but a glitch caused them to be available in plain language. Twitter says it […]

Federal Government To Intervene On Trans Mountain Pipeline Court Case: Jody Wilson-Raybould

Federal Government To Intervene On Trans Mountain Pipeline Court Case: Jody Wilson-Raybould

OTTAWA — The federal government will intervene in British Columbia’s reference case over the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Justice Minister Judy Wilson-Raybould said Thursday. The case filed in the B.C. Court of Appeal asks if the province has jurisdiction to regulate the transport of oil through its territory, a key question in the political […]

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