Suncor Energy Inc. was fined $200,000 after pleading guilty Tuesday to polluting the Steepbank River north of Fort McMurray, Alta.
A protest against the tar sands has ended in convictions against a group of activists.
Elders and representatives of two northern Alberta First Nations were in Edmonton to decry low water levels in the Athabasca watershed.
Less than two months after the chief of Beaver Lake Cree Nation filed a motion in Federal court to halt new oil and gas developments on their traditional territory, oil giants BP and Husky Energy announced a plan to do just that.
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.
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.
The Alberta government’s special fund for cleaning orphaned tar sand sites is facing a multi-billion dollar shortfall, according to a new study.