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Oct. 24, 2018

Ottawa unveils plans for carbon tax, incentives in 2019

Ottawa will be enforcing a federal carbon tax next year in provinces that have not already developed their own versions, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced.

CHAR commissions biocarbon production facility

At full capacity, the facility will be capable of producing up to five tonnes per day of biocarbon.

Ottawa funds Indigenous bioheat project in Hazelton

The funding is the first to be announced under the federal government’s Clean Energy for Rural and Remote Communities Program.

Union criticizes closing of OPG Thunder Bay station

The Power Workers’ Union believes the recent decision by Ontario Power Generation to close the Thunder Bay generating station is short-sighted.

CGA receives broad support for renewable gas funding proposal

The proposal seeks the allocation of $750 million to support renewable gas project deployment, to facilitate technology commercialization, and to enhance federal laboratory renewable gas R&D capacity.
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WPAC hosting PSM workshop on conducting incident investigations

Incident investigations are a key component of PSM and must be conducted for process upsets that resulted in, or could have resulted in, injuries, illnesses, damage to health, fatalities or significant damage to equipment and facilities. » Read more...

WorkSafeBC launches campaign about workplace impairment

WorkSafeBC has created a guide for managing workplace impairment and developing a policy. The need for an impairment policy is even more relevant with the legalization of recreational cannabis. » Read more...

International Bioenergy & Bioproducts Conference (IBBC)

October 28-31, 2018
Location: Portland, Ore.
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Scaling Up 2018

Nov. 5-7, 2018
Location: Ottawa
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BioPort Atlantic

November 7-8, 2018
Location: Halifax
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