Energy

Wataynikaneyap Power is First Nations led and looking to boost energy access for First Nation communities.

Regional Energy Conference June 13 & 14

THUNDER BAY – BUSINESS – In Northwestern Ontario, there are major transmission projects that are currently at various stages of development. The First Nation representatives of three of these Projects – Wataynikaneyap Power’s 22 First Nation’s North of Dryden...


Posted 1 June 2018 by
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Energy Prices are holding a focus on how Canada's economy will far

Wanted: A global energy sector leader

Assume that Canada was sent a job posting by a headhunter. It sought applicants for the world’s top oil and gas jurisdiction By Bill Whitelaw President and CEO JuneWarren-Nickle’s Energy Group CALGARY – OPINION – Here’s a project for...


Posted 17 November 2017 by
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Toronto Real Estate, CN Tower & Air Canada Center

Toronto Goes with Screaming Power

TORONTO – Screaming Power has teamed up with the City of Toronto to provide their Environment and Energy Division its own mobile application to help manage energy and Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions. This energy management initiative was made possible through...


Posted 13 August 2017 by
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Lets not through energy under the bus

Carbon Tax Seeks to Change Behaviour

A carbon tax used to subsidize alternate energy sources will accelerate the transition away from fossil fuel dependence By Alana Lajoie-O’Malley Expert Adviser EvidenceNetwork.ca WINNIPEG, Man. – Pricing carbon is about much more than getting people to drive less....


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Hydro One

Ontario Hydro Acquires Avista

QUEEN’S PARK – Glenn Thibeault, Minister of Energy, issued the following statement today in response to Hydro One’s announcement that the utility has agreed to acquire Avista, a utility company in the northwest United States: “Ontario is pleased to...


Posted 19 July 2017 by
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