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The Science of Safety: CNSC Research Report 2017–18 - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Nov 13, 2019 ... analyses on a 20-question custom-developed survey that was sent to several hundred Canadian organizations in various safety-sensitive industries. These industries included aviation, construction, law enforcement, marine, oil and gas, and rail. In total, 87 respondents completed the survey and 12 key informant interviews were conducted. The CCSA also analyzed

NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2016: Province and Territory Outlooks - Provincial and Territorial Comparison

Aug 28, 2019 ... in Quebec, B.C., Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Yukon. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Nova Scotia have primarily thermal-based electricity grids dominated by coal and natural gas, while the capacity in Northwest Territories (NWT) and Nunavut mostly consists of stand-alone thermal units that are fueled with refined products such as diesel and fuel oil. Ontario

Section I: Table of regulations, statutory instruments (other than regulations) and other documents—June 30 2019

Aug 26, 2019 ... Code Canada Oil and Gas Certificate of Fitness Regulations Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act Canada Oil and Gas Diving Regulations Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act Canada Oil and Gas Drilling and Production Regulations Canada Oil and Gas Operations Act Canada Oil and Gas Drilling and Production Regulations Territorial Lands Act Canada Oil and Gas Geophysical

NEB - Canada’s Energy Future 2016: Update - Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040

Aug 28, 2019 ... thereafter. The mined bitumen projections in Update 2016 are similar to the projections in EF 2016. Natural gas is the primary fuel used for oil sands extraction. A key measure of the energy efficiency of thermal oil sands production, which includes cyclic steam stimulation (CSS) and steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD), is the steam to oil ratio (SOR). As shown

NEB – Canada’s Energy Future 2016: Province and Territory Outlooks - Key Findings by Province and Territory

Aug 28, 2019 ... the national average. Manitoba oil production declines in all cases. Ontario Ontario’s recent coal retirements and planned nuclear refurbishments boost renewable and natural gas capacity growth. Electricity demand grows modestly but fails to reach 2008 peak levels. End-use demand grows slightly over the projection period. Quebec By 2040 Quebec is projected to add over

Info Source: Sources of Federal Government and Employee Information | Natural Resources Canada

Sep 27, 2019 ...-sectors (e.g. oil and gas, energy efficiency, renewables, nuclear, technology and innovation, etc.) and undertakes economic research and analysis to support policy-making. It coordinates NRCan’s participation in government-wide energy and climate change initiatives (e.g. the Pan-Canadian Framework for Clean Growth and Climate Change). Additionally, it fosters

2017–2018 Departmental Results Report | Natural Resources Canada

Oct 28, 2019 ... impact assessments to help reduce adverse environmental effects and ensure proper mitigation measures were in place for 53 development projects (e.g., mining, oil and gas, nuclear projects). Helped minimize forest loss through research on the Spruce Budworm and Mountain Pine Beetle that continue to threaten millions of hectares of North American forests

Income Tax Regulations,_c._945/page-136.html

Jun 25, 2019 .... 7.50 Acklands Limited 6 pc cu pr. 15.75 Acklands Limited 6 pc cu cv 2nd pr. 11.25 Acme Gas & Oil Co. Ltd. Com. .22 Aconic Com. .02 Acres Limited Com. 11.63 Acres Limited $7.20 pc A pr. 40.00 Acres Limited Wt. 2.40 Acroll Oil & Gas Ltd. Com. .63 Adanac Mining & Exploration Ltd. Com. .46 Adera Mining Limited Com. .33 Admiral Corporation Com. 18.50 Admiral Mines

Greenhouse gas sources and sinks: executive summary 2018

Jul 12, 2019 ... industrial sectors, Canada published draft regulations to achieve a reduction in methane emissions from the oil and gas sector, including offshore activities, by 40% to 45% by 2025. Canada has also finalized regulations to phase down the use of hydrofluorocarbons in line with the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol. The Pan-Canadian Framework also recognizes

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