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EPA deals potentially fatal blow to Pebble mine

EPA deals potentially fatal blow to Pebble mine

Vancouver's miner vows to fight EPA decision on its Alaskan project
U.S. launches second USMCA dispute panel as dairy battle with Canada goes to Round 2

U.S. launches second USMCA dispute panel as dairy battle with Canada goes to Round 2

WASHINGTON — The United States is filing another formal dispute over what it considers Canada's failure to live up to its trade obligations to American dairy farmers and producers. It's the second time the U.S.
General Motors to invest US$650M in Vancouver's Lithium Americas

General Motors to invest US$650M in Vancouver's Lithium Americas

Imperial Oil expects 'double-digit' returns from renewable diesel facility

Imperial Oil expects 'double-digit' returns from renewable diesel facility

CALGARY — Imperial Oil Ltd. expects "double-digit returns" from its $720-million investment to build what will be Canada's largest renewable diesel manufacturing facility at its Strathcona refinery, the oil giant said Tuesday.
Imperial Oil reports $1.73-billion Q4 profit, up from $813 million a year earlier

Imperial Oil reports $1.73-billion Q4 profit, up from $813 million a year earlier

CALGARY — Imperial Oil Ltd. says its fourth-quarter profit more than doubled compared with a year earlier, helped by a strong operating performance across all of its business. The company says it earned $1.73 billion or $2.
How the pandemic changed organic markets in Canada

How the pandemic changed organic markets in Canada

Allison Squires has noticed a change in domestic consumption of organic goods in the post-COVID environment.
Are metals headed for a golden age?

Are metals headed for a golden age?

Resource investors at Vancouver conference predict gold prices could hit record high this year
Alberta Beef Producers, Canadian Cattle Association reach tentative deal

Alberta Beef Producers, Canadian Cattle Association reach tentative deal

Alberta Beef Producers has reached an agreement in principle about its financial contribution to the Canadian Cattle Association.
MEGABUST: What comes after northern B.C. megaprojects end?

MEGABUST: What comes after northern B.C. megaprojects end?

The construction of four massive projects could leave the north a legacy of new skills, business opportunities and infrastructure, if communities plan ahead, a UNBC expert says.
Tahltan-Nisga’a partner up on KSM mine project

Tahltan-Nisga’a partner up on KSM mine project

Partnership formed to capitalize on jobs, contracts with massive KSM project