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Alberta addresses battered environmental reputation with climate plan

Nov 23 2015

CALGARY The Canadian province of Alberta, holder of the world's third-largest oil reserves, has proposed a new climate change plan that will give efficient oil-producing companies room to grow while cutting carbon emissions, experts and stakeholders said on Monday.

Alberta addresses battered environmental reputation with climate plan

Nov 23 2015

CALGARY, Nov 23 The Canadian province of Alberta, holder of the world's third-largest oil reserves, has proposed a new climate change plan that will give efficient oil-producing companies room to grow while cutting carbon emissions, experts and stakeholders said on Monday.

Canada's Alberta to introduce economy-wide carbon tax in 2017

Nov 22 2015

CALGARY The Canadian province of Alberta, home to the country's controversial oil sands, said on Sunday it will implement an economy-wide tax on carbon emissions in 2017, addressing long-standing criticism it is not doing enough to combat climate change.

Canada's Alberta to introduce economy-wide carbon tax in 2017

Nov 22 2015

CALGARY The Canadian province of Alberta, home to the country's controversial oil sands, said on Sunday it will implement an economy-wide tax on carbon emissions in 2017, addressing long-standing criticism it is not doing enough to combat climate change.

Canada's Alberta to introduce economy-wide carbon tax in 2017

Nov 22 2015

CALGARY, Nov 22 The Canadian province of Alberta, home to the country's controversial oil sands, said on Sunday it will implement an economy-wide tax on carbon emissions in 2017, addressing long-standing criticism it is not doing enough to combat climate change.

Canadian regulator halts TransCanada pipeline construction following spills

Nov 20 2015

CALGARY, Alberta Canada's national energy regulator has halted construction on a new TransCanada Corp natural gas pipeline after reviewing evidence that it may have spilled a toxic drilling fluid into a major Western Canadian river, a spokesman said on Friday.

Canadian regulator halts TransCanada pipeline construction following spills

Nov 20 2015

CALGARY, Alberta, Nov 20 Canada's national energy regulator has halted construction on a new TransCanada Corp natural gas pipeline after reviewing evidence that it may have spilled a toxic drilling fluid into a major Western Canadian river, a spokesman said on Friday.

Canada's Alberta making credible shift to reduce emissions: federal minister

Nov 18 2015

CALGARY Canada's oil-rich province of Alberta is making a credible shift toward a low carbon economy, Canadian Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna said on Wednesday, as her government prepares for the upcoming Paris climate talks.

Canada's Alberta making credible shift to reduce emissions -federal minister

Nov 18 2015

CALGARY, Nov 18 Canada's oil-rich province of Alberta is making a credible shift toward a low carbon economy, Canadian Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna said on Wednesday, as her government prepares for the upcoming Paris climate talks.

Canada scrambles to prepare for Syrian refugees amid unknowns

Nov 17 2015

CALGARY, Alberta Operating with a sense of urgency but few details, Canadian officials said on Tuesday they did not know how many Syrian refugees would arrive or when as part of the prime minister's plan to bring 25,000 displaced Syrians to Canada by year end.

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