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Potent greenhouse gas methane could be partially cut for 'near-zero' cost: study

Potent greenhouse gas methane could be partially cut for 'near-zero' cost: study

OTTAWA — Canada's oilpatch could get a big head start on reducing emissions of a powerful greenhouse gas for a "near-zero" cost, says an academic study on the price of methane reduction.

Police tracking moose on the loose in community north of Toronto

MARKHAM, Ont. — A news helicopter and natural resources ministry staff are tracking a moose that has run across an airport field and down streets and through backyards in a community north of Toronto.
B.C. conservation officers free deer of hammock tangled in antlers

B.C. conservation officers free deer of hammock tangled in antlers

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — Hammy the deer is no longer wearing the latest in antler adornments after conservation officers in Prince Rupert, B.C., caught up with the animal on Thursday.

Ontario bill to require coffee pods be compostable passes key hurdle

TORONTO — An Ontario private member's bill that would require all coffee pods sold in the province to be compostable has passed a key hurdle.
Inuit want free travel over international waters between Canada, Greenland

Inuit want free travel over international waters between Canada, Greenland

Inuit from Canada and Greenland hope to convince at least four governments to let them manage and travel freely over an international stretch of Arctic ocean that's one of the most productive environments in the North.
Wildlife group challenges B.C.'s interpretation of law on destroying bears

Wildlife group challenges B.C.'s interpretation of law on destroying bears

VANCOUVER — A woman who found a black bear cub that was later killed by a conservation officer is accusing the British Columbia government of breaking its own law on the destruction of wild animals.

Wellsite pipeline leak spills 560 barrels of oil emulsion into Alberta swamp

CALGARY — The Alberta Energy Regulator says a pipeline owned by Calgary-based Mount Bastion Oil & Gas Corp. has leaked about 560 barrels of an oil and water mixture at a northern Alberta wellsite.
Notley pleads with political friends, foes to support Alberta pipeline projects

Notley pleads with political friends, foes to support Alberta pipeline projects

OTTAWA — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is warning all political parties to take off their partisan blinders or both the environment and Canada's energy industry will fail.

B.C. man convicted of trafficking in bear parts handed stiff fine

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — An undercover sting by the B.C.'s conservation service has ended with a conviction and fine for a man charged with trafficking in bear parts.

Cougar judged a risk to the public was shot and killed in Clearwater, B.C.

CLEARWATER, B.C. — Police in Clearwater, B.C., shot and killed what appeared to be a starving cougar that they say had little fear of humans. RCMP Sgt.