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More pain at the pumps in 2023: Kalibrate

More pain at the pumps in 2023: Kalibrate

Declining refining capacity becoming more important factor in high gas prices
U of Sask. researcher questions feds’ fertilizer targets

U of Sask. researcher questions feds’ fertilizer targets

Professor expresses concern over the amount of influence Environment Canada seems to have with Agriculture Canada Concerned that emotion rather than empirical evidence is driving the federal government’s fertilizer emissions reduction target, r
Ag Canada urges scientists to rethink priorities

Ag Canada urges scientists to rethink priorities

Agriculture Canada scientists have historically spent their time on things like improving yields, fighting crop diseases and increasing livestock feed efficiency — mostly ag production and risks to production.
New fund to increase access to fire damaged timber

New fund to increase access to fire damaged timber

Premier pledges quicker permitting, more access to salvage wood
BC Hydro plans to twin P.G.-Terrace transmission line

BC Hydro plans to twin P.G.-Terrace transmission line

Increased electrical demand anticipated from major projects under consideration for North Coast
Seed destructors gain ground among producers

Seed destructors gain ground among producers

Attaching a hammer mill to a combine is catching on in Australia, but North American farmers have been more cautious Nine hundred to 1,000 new combines are sold every year in Australia, according to the Tractor and Machinery Association of Australia.
B.C.’s clean power challenge transmission, not generation

B.C.’s clean power challenge transmission, not generation

Site C dam could be producing as early as end of this year: BC Hydro CEO
Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

Premier announces deal with Blueberry River First Nation

The deal responds to a court ruling that the province violated the nation’s Treaty 8 rights.
Falcon slams NDP's response to forest industry struggles

Falcon slams NDP's response to forest industry struggles

B.C. Liberal leader calls for "proper dollars and incentives" to deliver slash to the pulp mills
Beetles, fires, BC NDP policies eat into timber supply: analysts

Beetles, fires, BC NDP policies eat into timber supply: analysts

BC NDP government policies making bad situation worse for forestry sector, say industry analysts