Trudeau says Ottawa will be ‘responsible mediator’ in energy debate

Prime Minister says federal government will see that all aspects of energy proposals are carefully examined

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RMI to train MOT testers

The Retail Motor Industry Federation’s (RMI) training centre, the RMI Academy of Automotive Skills, will be running a pilot for the new MOT tester training from April 2016.

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Piecing together the federal-provincial climate puzzle

Canada’s governments need to take time to sort through complex details and challenges before announcing any kind of coherent plan for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions

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Keeping safety in mind when plugging in vehicles this winter

The Saskatoon Fire Department’s monthly theme is vehicle fire safety and officials say many are the result of worn extension cords.

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Lead the Recycling Charge on National Battery Day

Are you ready to lead the charge for battery recycling? To increase battery recycling awareness, we are launching: “Lead the Charge in Battery Recycling”, a multi-platform awareness campaign that will focus on recognizing National Battery Day, February 18.

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The University Of Ottawa and Call2Recycle: Working Together for a Greener Campus

The University of Ottawa is the largest bilingual (English-French) university in the world. Known for its prestigious health, sciences and humanities programs, and located at the heart of Canada’s capital, the University of Ottawa is a unique place to learn, grow and excel. With more than 450 programs in 10 faculties, over 40,000 students, 5,000 employees and 180,000 alumni, the University is a major academic hub and economic force in the National Capital Region.

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China now the largest installer of clean energy, report says

Country accounted for almost 40 per cent of all the wind, solar, biopower and small hydro installations around the world

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