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‘Unacceptable environmental effects’: New federal policy restricts thermal coal

The federal government is making it more difficult to develop thermal coal in Canada with a new policy that says all such mines...

U.S. lawmakers planning economic battle with China have some questions — about Canada

This story is part of Watching Washington, a regular dispatch from CBC News correspondents reporting on U.S. politics and developments that affect Canadians....

Canada is easing its travel restrictions. Here’s what you need to know

After more than a year of travel restrictions that have impacted most Canadians, the federal government has finally begun to ease the rules....

Air Canada extends deadline for COVID-19 refunds, recalls 2,600 workers

Air Canada says it will recall more than 2,600 employees as it prepares for an increase in demand for flights, while also extending...

Some Ontario businesses prepare to reopen after struggling to survive long-running lockdown

Many Ontario businesses are preparing to reopen with some limitations after a frustrating period of ever-changing pandemic restrictions affecting retailers and services that...

Keystone XL is cancelled — so now what?

The announcement that TC Energy is cancelling the problem-plagued Keystone XL pipeline project wasn't a big surprise. It seemed unlikely the Calgary-based company could...

Inflation spike shows U.S. consumer appetite bumping up against shortages

American consumers absorbed another surge in prices in May — a 0.6 per cent increase over April and five per cent over the past year, the...

Oilsands alliance to cut emissions based on old business plans, critics say

Canada's major oil producers are now united in trying to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, calling their plan good for the...

Oilsands alliance to cut emissions based on old business plans, critics say

Canada's major oil producers are now united in trying to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, calling their plan good for the...

Canada, Alberta sign deal for $1.3B hydrogen plant in Edmonton

The federal and Alberta governments have signed an agreement with a private company that could lead to a $1.3 billion hydrogen plant being...

Meat company JBS confirms it paid $11M US ransom in cyberattack

The world's largest meat processing company says it paid the equivalent of $11 US million — a little more than $13 million Cdn — to hackers who broke into its computer...

Keystone XL is dead, and Albertans are on the hook for $1.3B

The final cost to Albertans for the Keystone XL pipeline will be about $1.3 billion as the provincial government and TC Energy announced the official...
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In the black-and-white photos in Canada's national archives, it looks just like an igloo on Kinngait's rocky shores. But something is off:...