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Diminishing Diesel

May 1, 2017 Peter Hatges, Managing Director, KPMG Corporate Finance Inc. and National Sector Leader, KPMG in Canada

The future of the diesel engine is up in the air due to concerns over nitrogen oxide emissions, the touting of fuel cells and the availability of liquefied natural gas.

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Tanker truck crash spills fuel northwest of Toronto, crews work to clean up

March 7, 2017 Liam Casey - THE CANADIAN PRESS

Crews were working to clean up a “significant fuel spill” that was threatening a river and a conservation area northwest of Toronto on Tuesday after a truck hauling gasoline crashed in the region. The fuel truck lost control around 2:30

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Gasoline, alcohol sales, food preparation among special risks for supermarkets: Chubb

January 24, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Chubb Ltd. is advising supermarket operators in the United States who sell alcohol to consider limiting the amount of alcohol a customer can buy and to watch parking lots to ensure customers are not drinking. In a report released Monday,

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‘Long, long, long overdue:’ First plank of Alberta climate change plan passes

June 8, 2016 Dean Bennett - THE CANADIAN PRESS

EDMONTON – Premier Rachel Notley’s government used its majority in the legislature Tuesday to pass legislation that includes a carbon tax and completes the first stage of Alberta’s landmark strategy to combat climate change. The legislation gives legal teeth to