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A 'brownie' award for Red Rock mill site redevelopers

A 'brownie' award for Red Rock mill site redevelopers

Veldman brothers garner praise for their Niagara work in repurposing former paper mill
Study will test feasibility of hydrogen power in Cochrane

Study will test feasibility of hydrogen power in Cochrane

Province providing $100,000 to HydroM├ęga Services
Can Canada mine enough minerals to feed the EV revolution?

Can Canada mine enough minerals to feed the EV revolution?

Fraser Report says 388 new mines needed for government to meet its mandates
Applications wicket now open for federal critical minerals infrastructure funding

Applications wicket now open for federal critical minerals infrastructure funding

Ottawa launches applications process to access $1.5-billion funding pool
Sudbury hosting sustainability forum Nov. 23

Sudbury hosting sustainability forum Nov. 23

Green Economy North event will guide businesses in lowering carbon footprint
Ontario cracking down on landfill owners who break environmental laws

Ontario cracking down on landfill owners who break environmental laws

Enforcement officials authorized to levy stiff fines rather than wait for court
'Waiting on government is not a strategy,' says NW Ontario mine developer

'Waiting on government is not a strategy,' says NW Ontario mine developer

Frontier Lithium ramps up pressure on Ottawa to deliver on Berens River bridge and road project
Former Nipigon plywood mill site not suitable for biochar plant

Former Nipigon plywood mill site not suitable for biochar plant

Environmental contaminants has company looking for alternative sight in rural township
Feds will bankroll infrastructure funding for critical minerals mining

Feds will bankroll infrastructure funding for critical minerals mining

Canada Infrastructure Bank to sift through applications for energy and transportation projects
Ottawa's murky environmental rules are parking foreign investment in Canadian resource projects, says analyst

Ottawa's murky environmental rules are parking foreign investment in Canadian resource projects, says analyst

Overreaching, unconstitutional Impact Assessment Act has Ontario on the offensive to expedite project approvals