Oilsands producers are talking with the federal and Alberta governments about conditions under which water from the industry's tailings ponds could be released into the environment.
First Nations are outraged at Ottawa's approval of Shell's Jackpine oilsands mine expansion.
The Harper government is spending $40 million this year to advertise Canada's natural resource sector — principally oil and gas — at home and abroad.
Alberta's Environment Department has been rebuked by a judge for working behind the scenes to silence groups that question the effects of oilsands operations on the environment.
First Nations are angry that a Tar Sands company is draining a local lake without consulting them. CNRL is trying to halt an Alberta bitumen leak near Cold Lake.
A First Nation in Cold Lake, Alberta says it's concerned about two new leaks at CNRL's oilsands project, bringing the total in recent months to six.
Rock 'n' roll legend joins chorus against proposed Keystone XL Pipeline.
Environmental assessments focus on each development as something that stands alone. But a well or dam is not separate from its surroundings, as an Alberta First Nation is arguing.
Read this Aug. 19 story from The Vancouver Observer on the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation’s concerns about Teck’s proposed exploratory drilling for bitumen in their territory. The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation ...
Canadian Idol Trudeau, though he hasn't said that much so far, has already shown that he shares many of the policy positions of Harper. This is where things get scary.