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$100M Regina refinery fire ruled an accident

An investigation by the City of Regina and three provincial agencies has determined that the 2011 fire at the Co-op Refinery complex was an accident.
Aug 20, 2012

US to remediate Agent Orange dioxin

The U.S. has begun a landmark four-year $43-million cleanup in central Vietnam to remove dioxin left from the defoliant Agent Orange, which was sprayed by U.S. planes some 40 years ago.
Aug 13, 2012

Aecon Group snags $85M smelter retrofit contract

Cambridge, Ontario-based construction firm Aecon Group Inc. is setting up shop in Sudbury following its new $85-million contract to retrofit the massive Vale Copper Cliff Smelter.
Aug 13, 2012

BC pushes feds for new spill response regs

Embedded within the new British Columbia requirements for companies to build and operate heavy oil pipeline projects within the province are recommendations for the federal government about spill response.
Aug 3, 2012

FRAC SAND DEAL: CP teams with Smart Sand

Canadian Pacific Railway Limited and Pensylvannia-based Smart Sand Inc. are working together to supply key frac sand to the oil and gas producing regions of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Montana and North Dakota.
Jul 30, 2012

NEW SPILL: Enbridge back in spotlight

Enbridge continues to remain in the spotlight following a new oil spill incident July 27, 2012, which released some 1,200 barrels into a field in Wisconsin.
Jul 29, 2012

Pesticide may be fish kill culprit

Just one week after provincial conservationists replenished Trout River’s fish supply, a fish kill has devastated the tributary of the Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) river for the second year running.
Jul 20, 2012

Green funding for BC brownfields

Brownfields are in for some green as British Colombia (B.C.) plants $1.64 million into 24 projects slated for redevelopment.
Jul 20, 2012

Subway Plans = Soil Costs

As shovels continue to break ground on an array of new provincial projects, costs to dispose of newly excavated soil are on the rise, leaving taxpayers on the hook, says a new report from Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario...
Jul 16, 2012

Enbridge assessment abandoned under new Act

The Line 9 Reversal Phase I Project by Enbridge Pipelines Inc. is the first of many ongoing federal reviews that will likely end under the watch of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEEA), which conducts some 5,000 reviews each...
Jul 16, 2012

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