Top 10 Energy and Natural Resources Headlines from Canada
A large, historical Australian public health study from the Sydney Medical School concludes that health complaints about wind turbines are heavily influenced by contagious nocebo effects.
Utilities, energy providers, trade associations and other entities participating in or supporting the energy sector will be impacted by Canada's new Anti-Spam Legislation.
With the return of the "income fund" to the Canadian capital markets, you will find new opportunities to monetize, dispose of, or finance the acquisition of US oil, gas and energy assets.
Over the past few years, mining companies have become increasingly aware of the potential civil and criminal liability arising from the payment of bribes to foreign government officials.
Alberta, and by extension Canada, is learning a lesson Quebec learned the hard way 20 years ago.
The central importance of electricity distribution is often overlooked as attention is focused on the promise of shale gas generation, the renaissance of nuclear power or the growth of wind, solar and other forms of renewable generation.
Utilities, energy providers, trade associations and other entities participating in or supporting the energy sector will be impacted by Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation.
In Lameman v. Alberta, 2013 ABCA 148, the Alberta Court of Appeal dismissed an appeal by the Crown in Right of Alberta ("Alberta") and the Attorney General of Canada ("Canada") from a decision of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench refusing to strike portions of the Statement of Claim of the Beaver Lake Cree Nation ("BLCN").
A discussion on the province of Ontario’s commitment to renewable energy, which has been strong and, for the most part, unwavering.
The Conservative Party has introduced a Bill to revoke the Green Energy Act and the FIT Program.