This New York Times op-ed chronicles the erosion of Canada's environmental laws for oil sands development - and how that is tarring the country's reputation
The province of Alberta has recently released a development plan for public schools that enlists Suncor Energy and Syncrude Canada in the creation of future Kindergarten to grade three curriculum.
The issue of what to call Alberta's oil patch is an increasingly sticky subject.
CNRL is facing 11 environmental charges over the release of a potentially deadly gas near an aboriginal community in northern Alberta.
CBC News anchor Peter Mansbridge defended himself Thursday after a report that he made a paid speech to petroleum producers, saying he has never publicly promoted or opposed oilsands development.
Alberta doctor John O'Connor issued a warning this week to US senators reviewing the proposed Keystone XL pipeline that Canada is concealing the health impacts of the Tar Sands.
New federal research has strongly backed suspicions that toxic chemicals from Alberta's vast oilsands tailings ponds are leaching into groundwater and seeping into the Athabasca River.
Pungent fumes from Baytex Energy's bitumen storage tanks are allegedly forcing families near Peace River Alberta to leave their homes.
Shipping oil by rail across northern Manitoba could be just the beginning. A government report suggests exporting LNG from the Port of Churchill and eventually building a pipeline for Alberta bitumen.
The First Nation that was the main focus of Neil Young's recent concert tour about Alberta's oilsands has withdrawn from a government environmental panel.