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Farmer flooded with oil, water

An Alberta oil company says it will fully compensate the farmer who owns a canola field where thousands of litres of oily water leaked earlier this week.

Aerial photos by remote control

Use of flying drone equipped with camera shaves costs

Hazmat grows

B.C. Hazmat Management Ltd. is expanding its training programs after a signing a lease on 5,000 square feet at 6-10114 McDonald Park Rd. in North Saanich.

Alberta takes another shot at oilsands-enviro balance

The Alberta government is enacting a sweeping plan for its controversial oilsands region in another attempt to balance development and the environment.
Auto workers vote in favour of super union

Auto workers vote in favour of super union

CEP casts ballots in October
Record crops for Prairie farmers

Record crops for Prairie farmers

Total harvest to hit 51 million tonnes: report

Nissan recalls JX35 over gas gauges

Nissan is recalling about 7,800 Infiniti SUVs built this year because the fuel gauges can show gasoline in the tank when there isn't any. The recall includes 1,116 of the sport utility vehicles sold in Canada.

Duty-free rules batter retail

Retail sales in Canada fell in June, widely missing expectations of a small gain as increasingly cautious shoppers pulled back on a number of fronts and overnight trips to the U.S. hit a record high as higher duty-free exemptions kicked in.

New bridal store downtown

Trish Musicco has opened the White Peony, a new bridal boutique and the first in the city to serve individual customers by appointment only. The 1,700-square-foot boutique is in downtown's Design District at 1816 Government St.
Kitimat takes closer look at refinery pitch

Kitimat takes closer look at refinery pitch

A proposal to build a $13-billion refinery in B.C. to process oil from the Northern Gateway pipeline has been criticized for its lack of support, but one B.C. city council is taking a closer look.