The federally owned Trans Mountain Corporation is monitoring pipeline opponents and designating some as persons of interest who warrant closer scrutiny, according to internal records provided to CBC News.  The Trans Mountain documents show its security officials recorded the names of individuals who posted anti-pipeline videos and statements on social media,Read More →

Standing before a crowd of keen industry professionals earlier this week, Jayson Hilchie, the president of the Entertainment Software Association of Canada, painted a bright picture of the video game industry in this country. Some 692 game companies pumped more than $4.5 billion into the Canadian economy in 2019 — allRead More →

Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared open to a proposal from the municipality to provide millions in funding for a safe supply of opioids to reduce overdose deaths. The city’s health agency has applied for $6 million from Health Canada to allow for the safe distributionRead More →

Export pipelines out of Western Canada are running at full capacity, but operators are now finding ways to squeeze even more oil through those pipes. The additional pipeline space is desperately needed by oil companies as export constraints have contributed to lower prices and are the main reason the Alberta governmentRead More →

Canada voted for a UN resolution this afternoon in support of Palestinians’ right to self-determination. The vote marks a major departure for Canada, which has declined to support substantially the same resolution through 14 consecutive votes since Stephen Harper came to power in 2006. Tuesday’s resolution was opposed by Israel, theRead More →