Joe Oliver is standing by the foreign “radicals” barbs that incited anger among many Canadian environmentalists and others opposed to some resource development.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada signaled a tough line on control of its natural resources with its surprise rejection of a Malaysian bid for gas company Progress Energy Resources Corp., putting concerns about state-owned firms above fears of damaging an already dented international reputation.
The Daily Inspection Guidelines for camp activity is a good template to use to be sure that operations are being conducted according to what a community member and/or an Officer/Inspector would expect to see when visiting a camp.
Document 1: Daily Inspection Guidelines
Document 2: Field Survey Card
Two months ago, 23-year-old Brendon Grant left his northern British Columbia hometown for San Diego, where he now lives a 10-minute jog from La Jolla beach. He moved south to start work as a junior analyst with RA Capital Advisors LLC, a private investment bank that has worked on more than $60-billion in financial transactions.
The decision to approve the Jumbo Glacier ski resort in the Kootenays was a long time coming — much too long.
Said Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations Steve Thomson: “After more than 20 years of comprehensive and exhaustive reviews, it was time to make a decision.”
B.C. approves Jumbo Glacier resort. Year-round ski development still faces opposition and financial hurdles
The Jumbo Glacier ski resort in the East Kootenay region has been given a giant boost by the B.C. government, but still faces opposition from First Nations and environmental groups.
CALGARY, Jan. 9, 2012 /CNW/ - The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers welcomes and supports federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver's call for regulatory reform to improve the federal government's project review process, which Mr. Oliver described as "slow, complex and cumbersome."
An Open Letter from the Honourable Joe Oliver, Minister of Natural Resources, on Canada's Commitment to Diversify Our Energy Markets and the Need to Further Streamline the Regulatory Process in Order to Advance Canada's National Economic Interest
LOWER SIMILKAMEEN INDIAN BAND WIND POWER PROJECT COMPLETED!
5kW Wind turbine Open Day and Celebration to be held November 17, 2011.
Ministry of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation
Ministry of Natural Resource Operations
Victoria – A database that will help connect proponents and First Nations earlier in the project-planning phase is now available online, said Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation Minister Barry Penner and Natural Resource Operations Minister Steve Thomson.