Trudeau responds to Joe Biden’s statement that if elected, his government would tear up approval for Keystone XL

Speaking to reporters outside Rideau Cottage in Ottawa on Tuesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he would continue to advocate for the Keystone XL pipeline to U.S. government officials, after U.S. Democratic Party Presidential hopeful Joe Biden’s campaign announced…

Coronavirus outbreak: Scheer asks Morneau ‘is this it?’ when it comes to support for oil and gas sector

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau announced Monday that the federal government says it will provide loans and financing to the country’s largest employers to help them weather the COVID-19 economic crisis. Speaking to reporters in Ottawa on Monday, Conservative leader…

Coronavirus outbreak: Scheer addresses COVID-19 outbreak at Cargill meat-packing plant

A wave of COVID-19 infections has hit meat-packing plants across the country. The union representing workers at these facilities says 18 of 37 inspectors working at the Cargill plant in High River, Alta., have tested positive for the virus. Speaking…

Coronavirus outbreak: COVID-19 outbreak declared at Canada Post plant in Calgary

Alberta health officials declared a COVID-19 outbreak at a Canada Post processing plant in north Calgary on Friday. The Crown corporation said that in the last month, it informed Alberta Health Services about six positive cases at the sorting facility.

Coronavirus outbreak: Trudeau says federal government has ‘a role to play’ in keeping workers at meat-packing plants safe

The Cargill meat-packing plant in High River, Alta., has reopened as discussions continue between the company and the union representing its employees. The plant closed temporarily on April 20 due to an outbreak of COVID-19. Speaking to reporters outside Rideau…

Saskatchewan to start reopening from the coronavirus pandemic on May 4

Saskatchewan will reopen its economy and services in five phases starting on May 4. Premier Scott Moe said Wednesday the coronavirus curve has flattened in the province and the reopening will be gradual and methodical. Related News Those plans have…

Saskatchewan to ‘cautiously’ reopen from the coronavirus pandemic in 5 phases

Saskatchewan is ready to reopen as the number of new coronavirus cases flatten in the province. But Premier Scott Moe said it needs to be done with great caution as it involves risks. Related News “If we move too quickly,…

Coronavirus outbreak: Trudeau pledges nearly $2 billion to clean up ‘orphaned wells’

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will support work in the oil and gas sector by spending $1.7 billion to help clean up “orphaned wells.” He says restoring abandoned oil and gas wells is good for the environment,…

Coronavirus outbreak: Trudeau commits $750 million to reduce methane emissions

April 17 2020 1:37pm Speaking outside Rideau Cottage on Friday, Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau announced his government would be spending $750 million to reduce methane emissions. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] !=…

Humboldt Broncos: Family, leaders mark 2nd anniversary of tragic bus crash

Scott Thomas and his family marked the second anniversary of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash with food. Scott smiled as he recalled his son Evan’s love of Kraft Dinner and Bud Light. For dinner, steak and potatoes were a favourite.…