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$3,800 to support Better At Home care

$3,800 to support Better At Home care

Tourmaline recently made a $3,800 donation to the Fort St.
Trans Mountain pipeline is full and making money

Trans Mountain pipeline is full and making money

The global pandemic cut Canada’s 2020 oil production by 7%, while consumption of aviation fuel and gasoline fell 46% and 9%, respectively, according to the Canadian Energy Regulator.
Ritchie Bros. sets record with $82 million in sales at Grande Prairie auction

Ritchie Bros. sets record with $82 million in sales at Grande Prairie auction

Ritchie Bros. saw its largest Grande Prairie auction ever last week, selling more than 4,900 pieces of equipment for more than $82 million — and beating previous auction records by 32%.
Clock ticking for Fort Nelson geothermal project

Clock ticking for Fort Nelson geothermal project

The Fort Nelson and Saulteau First Nations are hoping to develop a $100 million geothermal power plant in B.C., but the project could be in jeopardy if it doesn’t receive provincial funding soon.
First Nations coalition provides ‘capacity support’ to Clarke Lake geothermal project

First Nations coalition provides ‘capacity support’ to Clarke Lake geothermal project

The board of the First Nations Major Projects Coalition will provide “capacity support” to the Clarke Lake geothermal project as requested by Fort Nelson First Nation.
Female hereditary chiefs challenge Wet’suwet’en MOU

Female hereditary chiefs challenge Wet’suwet’en MOU

Female Wet’suwet’en chiefs who were stripped of their hereditary titles by male chiefs are challenging the federal and provincial governments’ signing of a rights and title agreement with the Wet’suwet’en First Nation and launching complaints with pr
Woodfibre LNG now slated for 2021 construction start

Woodfibre LNG now slated for 2021 construction start

Construction of the Woodfibre LNG plant and export terminal in Squamish, which was scheduled to be underway this year, will be pushed back by more than a year, says the company’s outgoing president.
5 key insights about Western Canada’s top well licensees

5 key insights about Western Canada’s top well licensees

Tourmaline Oil Corp. leads the pack as the most active licensee of new wells in Western Canada during 2020, according to Rig Locator.
Woodfibre LNG addresses question of possible terrorist attack, updates FID timeline

Woodfibre LNG addresses question of possible terrorist attack, updates FID timeline

With the Sea to Sky Gondola cable being cut a second time , the uncomfortable prospect of domestic terrorism has once again become a consideration for Woodfibre LNG.
Northeast employment back to pre-pandemic levels after 800 jobs added in October

Northeast employment back to pre-pandemic levels after 800 jobs added in October

Employment in northeast B.C. was back to pre-pandemic levels in October, as 800 jobs were added and regional unemployment was pushed down to 5.6%.