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A growing number of young, university-educated, business-minded and social-media savvy women are getting their hands dirty, taking calculated risks, marketing their products and work their butts off.
Ottawa used the platform of a G7 ministers meeting to announce it will gradually eliminate most plastic waste from government operations.
Canadians could come out ahead financially with a federally-imposed carbon tax, or so concludes the latest study on the policy as understanding of emission reduction options continue to evolve.
The federal government invests $10 million to support the development/deployment of satellite-based technologies to identify and track ships suspected of involvement in illegal fishing in the world’s oceans.
Passengers aboard a United Airlines flight heading to Zurich from San Francisco on Friday will be propelled in part by a biofuel created by a Quebec company aiming to clean up the skies.
The move would do away with the current calculation that allows landlords to charge their tenants annual inflationary increase plus an additional two per cent top-up.
Aiming to get other countries to sign on through both the G20 and the United Nations.
Teara Fraser, who is Métis from a remote community, says airline will travel to hard-to-reach areas.
SaskPower prepared for employees not wanting to move: briefing note
The company voluntarily released permits for about 50,000 square kilometres off British Columbia's coast to allow for the creation of the Scott Islands marine National Wildlife Area.
New leader is first Indigenous woman to lead a political party in Alberta.
A unique elementary school program in Saskatoon placed a Grade 6 class in a long-term care centre to learn alongside residents, including seniors and people with brain injuries.
Group piles pressure on US to stick to terms of Paris agreement.
'Food wrapped in plastic has become too much to swallow', says supermarket chief.
"It’s your packaging, you caused the problem - sort it."
Natural gas-fired power plants face more price competition from solar farms in parts of the U.S. as falling battery costs make it possible to deliver electricity from sunshine even after dark.
California officials have demanded that the Trump administration back off a plan to weaken national fuel economy standards aimed at reducing car emissions and saving people money at the pump.
The plans are part of the “Vision Zero” strategy, which aims to “eliminate deaths and serious injuries from London’s transport network by 2041.”
Half of the planet needs to be given over to wildlife by 2050 to preserve the ecosystems and animals from mass extinction, scientists have said.
Malcolm Brodie and Heather Schoemaker of the National Zero Waste Council argue for the need to reduce waste.