The Climate Change Commission wants to ensure the Environment Minister is required to decline emissions-intensive "shovel-ready" projects.
Communities right across the country, from New Brunswick to B.C., are facing the possibility of two public crises at once this spring.
B.C. farmers have been disposing of 50,000 to 60,000 litres of milk a day that could otherwise have been processed and sold to customers.
Looking to the future of transportation, Utah lawmakers invested $5 million in one-time money to boost the electric vehicle charging network and also passed a measure that allows Rocky Mountain Power to spend $50 million on the effort.