A family from Fort McMurray, Alta., is hoping the public will be able to help find their daughter.
A First Nations band politician in Atlantic Canada has pulled in nearly $1 million in yearly pay, according to the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Just days after agreeing to pay the largest penalty in Alberta’s environmental history, Syncrude is once again apologizing for the deaths of migratory birds on one of their tailings ponds.
Environmentalists, First Nations people and industry are again facing off over a tar sands megaproject.
Environment Minister Jim Prentice’s announcement Thursday he had appointed a six-person expert panel to study the effectiveness of pollution monitoring in the Athabasca River basin signals a significant shift for the Calgary politician.
Hollywood director James Cameron wrapped up his tour of Alberta’s massive oil mining projects Wednesday.
Environment Minister Jim Prentice said Friday his department would review how pollutants are monitored on the Athebasca River.
By Noemi Lopinto APTN National News EDMONTON–An Alberta-based lawyer has launched a constitutional challenge against…
The Alberta government’s special fund for cleaning orphaned tar sand sites is facing a multi-billion dollar shortfall, according to a new study.