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Toronto Fire responding to oil spill near Sugar Beach

Toronto Fire crews are responding to an oil spill near Sugar Beach. Fire boats were dispatched to Lake Ontario near the Redpath Sugar Plant just after 2 p.m. “We’re not sure where the leak is coming from,” Toronto Fire District Chief Stephan Powell told CP24 Thursday afternoon. Toronto Fire said

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Fire crews respond to oil spill near Sugar Beach

Toronto Fire responded to an oil spill near Sugar Beach Thursday afternoon. Fire boats were dispatched to Lake Ontario near a sugar plant on Queens Quay just after 2 p.m. Photos sent by a CP24 viewer show sheen in the water. Toronto Fire deployed booms to contain the leak. It

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Canada growing in reliance on imported U.S. oil, regulator says

James McCarten, The Canadian Press Published Wednesday, April 14, 2021 5:28AM EDT WASHINGTON — Canada is growing ever more reliant on imported American oil, a new report from the country’s energy regulator suggests, putting a counter-intuitive spin on the fierce debate about cross-border pipelines and energy independence. The United States

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‘Historic day’ as oil futures turn negative; TSX rises slightly

TORONTO – Canada’s main stock index rose slightly to start the week even as oil future contracts plummeted on oversupply pressure. “This is a historic day. Oil futures were negative for the first time ever,” said Michael Currie, vice-president and investment adviser at TD Wealth. The May contract for North

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Oil lobby asks Trudeau to freeze carbon tax, delay new regulation

OTTAWA — Canada’s oil and gas producers have asked the federal government to freeze the carbon tax and delay new climate change regulations while the industry weathers the storm of COVID-19. In a letter to Natural Resources Minister Seamus O’Regan sent March 27, Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers CEO Tim

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