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Transition documents suggest Biden plans Day 1 order rescinding Keystone XL permit

Transition documents suggest Biden plans Day 1 order rescinding Keystone XL permit

WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden plans to rescind a permit for the Keystone XL pipeline expansion on his first day in the White House, transition documents suggest.
World leaders meet to ‘reconcile humanity with nature’

World leaders meet to ‘reconcile humanity with nature’

The prime minister took the opportunity to reiterate Canada’s promise to spend $3.16 billion to plant two billion trees over 10 years.
Alberta monolith comes with message to save eastern slopes of Rocky Mountains

Alberta monolith comes with message to save eastern slopes of Rocky Mountains

A towering stainless steel monolith set up along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta comes with a message.
GM Canada announces tentative deal for $1 billion electric vehicle plant in Ontario

GM Canada announces tentative deal for $1 billion electric vehicle plant in Ontario

INGERSOLL, Ont. — GM Canada says it has reached a tentative deal with Unifor that if ratified will see it invest $1 billion to transform its CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont., to make commercial electric vehicles.
Canada's top doctor says to avoid non-essential travel as B.C. explores legal options

Canada's top doctor says to avoid non-essential travel as B.C. explores legal options

OTTAWA — British Columbia's decision to seek legal advice on limiting travel reinforces the message that it isn't the time to go on vacation across the country, Canada's chief medical officer of health said Friday. Dr.
In mandate letter, PM tells Freeland to spend on temporary measures until crisis ends

In mandate letter, PM tells Freeland to spend on temporary measures until crisis ends

OTTAWA — Emergency spending to deal with the COVID-19 crisis must not outlast the pain it's meant to salve, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has instructed Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland in a newly released mandate letter.
Art Bergmann appointed to the Order of Canada

Art Bergmann appointed to the Order of Canada

Punk rock icon Art Bergmann was recognized by the governor-general for his contributions to Canadian culture.
Harvest Meats recalls sausages over undercooking

Harvest Meats recalls sausages over undercooking

OTTAWA — Harvest Meats is recalling a brand of Polish sausages due to undercooking that may make them unsafe to eat.
Country singer Paul Brandt adds voice against proposed coal mines in Rockies

Country singer Paul Brandt adds voice against proposed coal mines in Rockies

Another country music star from Alberta has voiced protest against proposed coal mines on the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains.
Emaciated, injured cougar killed in Banff National Park

Emaciated, injured cougar killed in Banff National Park

“By hunting within the Town of Banff, and showing aggressive behaviour to person with an on-leash dog, the cougar’s behaviour indicated it was becoming increasingly less wary of humans as its health deteriorated.”
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