Fifteen transport companies, among them Uber and Lyft, pledge to lead the transition toward a zero-emission future and sustainable cities through more collaboration with local governments.Read More
Extra programs to support and retrain workers from waning fossil fuel industries should be put in place now, before too many pink slips start to fly, says a new report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.Read More
Natural Resources Canada says newer clean power projects like geothermal and tidal power “face higher risks, costs and more regulatory issues" than established ones like hydro dams.Read More
Alberta has locked down wind power at a 20-year average price of 3.7 cents per kilowatt-hour — less than half of Ontario’s 2016 procurement.Read More
Nearly 274,000 Canadians had green jobs in 2016, according to new estimates released by the federal government's statistical agency.
And with an average annual salary of about $92,000, including benefits, these Canadians are earning a lot more than the average worker, who makes about $59,000, Statistics Canada reported on Wednesday.Read More
Canada's trade minister is urging the nation's clean tech firms to be "un-Canadian" and start bragging.
With more than 800 clean tech companies across the country, experts say Canada has a smorgasbord of green solutions to offer, but struggles to make its products known amidst the din of market heavyweights like the United States, India and China.Read More