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Trans Mountain Conducts Substantial Work to Protect Fish Habitat | Going Beyond the Headline

Protecting the environment continues to be one of Trans Mountain’s most important priorities. We share the value Canadians place on environmental protection, and that’s...

The forces B.C. premier Horgan happily unleashed on Trans Mountain have now turned on...

B.C. Premier John Horgan will be sweating on Wednesday. It’s a delightful thought. His British Columbia NDP, a chief obstructor of Alberta’s economy, faces a...

Canadians have taken Alberta for granted. That’s dangerous for us all

Six-hundred and eleven billion dollars and counting. That is how much Albertans have paid to the rest of Canada in net federal fiscal transfers...

Trans Mountain Pipeline Work Destroyed Salmon Habitat, Scientist Says

Work on a Trans Mountain pipeline crossing in a British Columbia stream has destroyed salmon habitat, raising concerns about the Crown corporation's ability to...

You’re all hypocrites: Why it’s a colossal cop-out to keep blaming Canada’s sky high...

This week, the city of Victoria, B.C. announced plans to launch a class action lawsuit against the oil and gas sector. The idea is to tally...

Majority of Canadians in all regions but Quebec believe lack of oil pipelines is...

Nearly two-thirds of Canadians believe that the lack of pipeline space to move oil constitutes a crisis in Canada, according to new polling from...

First Nations chiefs to discuss possibility of ownership stake in Trans Mountain pipeline

Dozens of First Nations leaders will meet in Calgary on Wednesday to discuss whether they should bid for an ownership stake in the Trans...

After Wet’suwet’en protests, when might Trans Mountain get built? ‘Not anytime soon’: business leader

Construction on the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project is probably unlikely to begin any time soon. In an interview with the West Block‘s Mercedes Stephenson,...

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ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION REGISTRY (ALL MINISTRIES)

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HUNTING REGULATIONS

FISHING REGULATIONS

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CLEAN ENERGY IN ONTARIO

GREEN ENERGY ACT

Ministry of Natural Resources & Forestry (MNRF) protects Ontario’s biodiversity while promoting economic opportunities in the resource sector. The ministry conducts scientific research and uses its findings to promote sustainability of Ontario’s forests, fish and wildlife resources, to protect the province from forest fires, floods and droughts and to lead the management of Ontario’s Crown lands, water, oil, gas, salt and aggregates resources, including making Crown land available for renewable energy projects.