When it comes to the community of Holyrood, there is much more to it than meets the eye
Francis MacKenzie aims to put his little-known Labrador iron sands project on the investment community’s radar
Proponents of tracking learn that gaining public acceptance of the practice requires more than government oversight in Atlantic Canada
The Westray mine disaster devastated families and a community. Robert Thompson reveals why what happened to him at the mine still haunts him.
Will a new land tenure system and three promising deep-water basins be enough to convince Big Oil to explore in Labrador waters?
Atlantic Canada’s offshore oil and gas potential is tantalizing, but it’s also been largely ignored
When a large mine is built or a mammoth oil and gas field is brought on line, they can alter the economic fortunes of an entire region. We bring you 10 Atlantic Canadian projects that have the potential to do just that.
Despite the safety risks, Western Canada ramps up capacity to transport crude oil by rail
Could an emissions-busting technology keep King Coal alive in Nova Scotia?
Shoal Point Energy marches on with plans to develop Green Point shale oil despite setbacks
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