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Analysis: As popularity slides, Alberta's Kenney has oil pipeline riding on U.S. vote

22 Oct 2020

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/TORONTO The premier of Canada's oil-producing province Alberta is losing popularity as the pandemic deepens its economic woes, highlighting the big pipeline bet that Jason Kenney has riding on the U.S. election.

UPDATE 1-Kinross Gold not 'under any pressure' to do deals, CEO says

20 Oct 2020

TORONTO, Oct 20 Canadian miner Kinross Gold Corp is not under any pressure to do deals, Chief Executive Paul Rollinson said on Tuesday, tamping down a media report that said it was eyeing a London listing and the sale of its business in the Americas.

UPDATE 2-Canada orders security review of Shandong bid for Arctic gold mine

16 Oct 2020

TORONTO, Oct 16 Canada has ordered a national security review of Shandong Gold Mining Co Ltd's bid to acquire a gold mine in the Canadian Arctic, the mine's owner said on Thursday, in the latest sign of pushback faced by China's state miners.

Canada orders security review of Shandong bid for Arctic gold mine

15 Oct 2020

TORONTO, Oct 15 Canada has ordered a national security review of Shandong Gold Mining Co Ltd's bid to acquire a gold mine in the Canadian Arctic, the mine's owner said on Thursday.

Canada's oil patch seeks government green aid to produce cleaner crude

15 Oct 2020

WINNIPEG/TORONTO Canada's struggling oil patch is seeking government aid to clean up its impact on the environment after the industry cut spending on green initiatives to weather the COVID-19 downturn.

Miner Vale in talks with Tesla, EV sector for Canada nickel: executive

03 Oct 2020

(This October 2 story officially corrects to remove reference to base metals in 10th para to clarify $2 bln investment is across whole company)

OFFICIAL CORRECTION-Miner Vale in talks with Tesla, EV sector for Canada nickel - executive

03 Oct 2020

TORONTO, Oct 2 Brazilian miner Vale SA is in talks with Tesla and others in the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain about securing nickel from its Canadian operations, the head of the miner's base metals unit said on Friday.

Canada's Suncor Energy to cut up to 15% of jobs as pandemic crushes oil demand

02 Oct 2020

WINNIPEG/TORONTO Suncor Energy , Canada's second-biggest oil company, said on Friday it would cut its workforce by up to 15% over the next year and a half, as pandemic travel restrictions crushed crude demand.

Canada touts plan to cut fuel carbon intensity; refiners fret about costs

11 Sep 2020

WINNIPEG/OTTAWA/TORONTO, Sept 11 The Canadian government says its plan to require reductions in carbon intensity of fuels will boost the economy as it recovers from the coronavirus pandemic, but oil and chemical companies say they are worried it will boost their costs as they struggle to rebound.

Barrick CEO faces stark test in fight for Papua New Guinea mine

09 Sep 2020

TORONTO A standoff over a remote gold mine in Papua New Guinea threatens Barrick Gold Corp Chief Executive Mark Bristow's streak of resolving thorny disputes with host governments, in the first major test he has faced outside his home patch of Africa.

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