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Paladin Energy buying Fission Uranium in stock deal valued at $1.1 billion

Paladin Energy buying Fission Uranium in stock deal valued at $1.1 billion

KELOWNA, B.C. — Fission Uranium Corp. has signed a deal to be acquired by Australian company Paladin Energy Ltd. in an all-stock agreement valued at about $1.1 billion. Under the proposal, Fission shareholders will receive 0.
Oil and gas industry making risky play in response to greenwashing law: experts

Oil and gas industry making risky play in response to greenwashing law: experts

The oil and gas industry is taking a risk in its response to new greenwashing rules, communications experts say, but they add the opinions of Canadians are already so divided that the actions may have little effect.
In a smoky long house, Indigenous leader seeks First Nations unity to save salmon

In a smoky long house, Indigenous leader seeks First Nations unity to save salmon

VICTORIA — A beam of sunlight poked through the log beam roof of Victoria's Mungo Martin House, creating smoky shadows as Indigenous dancers circled a fire in a celebration of wild salmon.
William Shatner dives into salmon farm debate with profanity-laden campaign

William Shatner dives into salmon farm debate with profanity-laden campaign

Canadian actor William Shatner is wading into the debate over open-pen salmon farming in British Columbia, saying it's time to stop being polite in an F-word-filled video that calls for an end to the ocean farms.
Minister wants B.C. to be model for aquaculture as it moves to containment

Minister wants B.C. to be model for aquaculture as it moves to containment

VANCOUVER — Federal Fisheries Minister Diane Lebouthillier says the country's "strict rules" on banning open-net salmon farming are necessary, since the goal is to make British Columbia "a model" in global aquaculture Lebouthillier said Thursday the
Wildfire wood helping to keep B.C. pulp mill running amid fibre shortage

Wildfire wood helping to keep B.C. pulp mill running amid fibre shortage

Kamloops mill increases reliance on wildfire wood from 2% to 33% in one year
Net-zero grid could spark flurry of deal-making in renewables sector: report

Net-zero grid could spark flurry of deal-making in renewables sector: report

Decarbonizing Canada's electricity grid could lead to a significant uptick in mergers and acquisitions in the renewable energy sector, a new report says.
Feds delay B.C.'s open-net salmon farms closure until 2029, offer five-year renewals

Feds delay B.C.'s open-net salmon farms closure until 2029, offer five-year renewals

VANCOUVER — With entrenched views on all sides of the salmon-farming debate in British Columbia, the federal government cast the issue five years down the road on Wednesday, saying aquaculture must move to land by 2029.
Provincial floatel order trumps Squamish bylaws, says Ministry

Provincial floatel order trumps Squamish bylaws, says Ministry

The provincial ministry responsible for the Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) has confirmed that a recent order for Woodfibre LNG to house workers on the floatel worker accommodations near Squamish overrides the District of Squamish processes.
Woodfibre LNG withdraws from District of Squamish process on floatel

Woodfibre LNG withdraws from District of Squamish process on floatel

Workers to be housed in floatel in Howe Sound following provincial order.