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Canada Supporting Clean Energy for Remote B.C. Indigenous Community

| Natural Resources Canada | news releases

Canada is home to several hundred rural and remote Indigenous communities. As Canada builds a cleaner energy future, it supports communities across the country looking to reduce their reliance on diesel and move toward renewable energy sources. Working together, we can cut pollution, clean our air and create local jobs.


Green Mine Reclamation Technology Coming to Vegreville, Alberta

| Natural Resources Canada | news releases

As global demand for cleaner technologies in the natural resource sectors continues to increase, Canada’s mining and minerals industry is at the forefront in developing game-changing innovations in the field of processing minerals. The Government of Canada recognizes the opportunity to develop Canada’s natural resources in cleaner, more sustainable ways to create good, middle-class jobs, increase competitiveness and reduce pollution as we move toward a clean energy future.


Wind Energy Moves Destruction Bay Toward a Renewable Future

| Natural Resources Canada | news releases

The best solutions for combating climate change in rural and remote Indigenous communities come from the people who live there. That is why Canada is enabling these communities to use less diesel fuel and more renewable energy — driving economic prosperity while protecting our environment.


Canada Supports Clean, Renewable Energy Technologies in British Columbia

| Natural Resources Canada | news releases

The best solutions for bringing clean energy to rural and remote Indigenous communities come from the people who live there. That is why Canada is investing in these communities to build local skills and knowledge to reduce their use of fossil fuels through renewable energy development. These investments will help position rural and remote communities to thrive in the low-carbon economy.


Canada to Invest in Urban Climate Solutions in Ottawa

| Natural Resources Canada | news releases

In communities across the country, Canadians are feeling the impacts of climate change and want to be part of the solution. By investing in new technologies and projects that reduce pollution and make our communities more resilient to climate change, we can also create jobs, make life more affordable for families and businesses, and help Canadian companies compete and win in the new global low-carbon economy.


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