On September 14, 2016, René Jr. Major, a gas-powered equipment merchant, was ordered to pay fines and fees totalling more than $65,000 for violating...
Imperial Oil Limited has pleaded guilty to one offence and was fined $650,000 for discharging a contaminant, coker stabilizer thermocracked gas, into the natural...
While consensus regarding climate change and momentum to address it are building, jurisdictions have yet to coalesce around a common strategy or program.
Researchers discovered that using wood mulch in agriculture can cut nitrous oxide emissions up to 28%, helping in climate change fight.
A Mississauga shop was ordered to pay $25,000, after pleading guilty to contravening VOC limits under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999.
Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change posted a regulatory proposal for a new cap-and-trade regulation on February 25, 2016.
The Modernization of Approvals Branch of the MOECC is leading the implementation of a modernized approach to environmental approvals.
Ontario passed legislation today to permanently ban coal-fired electricity generation in the province. This law is a first in North America.
MOECC posts proposed greenhouse gas emissions reporting regulation to support future cap-and-trade program
Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change (MOECC) posted on the Environmental Registry, September 14, 2015, notice of proposed amendments to O. Reg....
A new report says Ontario's proposed cap-and-trade program can reduce emissions while accelerating low-carbon investment, innovation and job creation.