By Lynn Moore, Montreal Gazette, Postmedia News, November 13, 2011
MONTREAL — Quebec will have a bumper crop of surplus electricity over the next decade, according to a revised supply forecast by Hydro-Quebec.
By MICHELLE LALONDE, The Gazette, August 26, 2011
Enbridge seeks transit to Maine
Enbridge Pipelines Inc. is quietly trying to make an end run around a proper assessment of its controversial Trailbreaker project to pipe tarsands oil across Canada to Montreal and then on to the United States, according to three Canadian and two U.S. environmental groups.
Nathan VanderKlippe, Globe and Mail, Jul. 21, 2011
Just days after energy ministers met in Alberta to lay the foundations for a national energy strategy, an accord is already running into roadblocks.
Quebec is pledging its opposition to a national plan, while Ontario and Alberta openly bicker about endorsing the oil sands as a sustainable supplier of energy.
Les Perreaux, Globe and Mail, August 30, 2010
In most places west of Manitoba, the arrival of yet another oil or gas drilling rig is cause for little notice or concern. In Quebec, a half dozen gas wells and the potential of hundreds more may be about to set off a new kind of identity crisis.
By JONATHAN MONTPETIT, Halifax Chronicle Herald, July 30, 2010
MONTREAL — Negotiations have been launched between the federal government and Quebec in an attempt to strike an offshore drilling deal similar to those that have enriched Atlantic provinces.
Bertrand Marotte, Globe and Mail, Mar. 24, 2010
Death of New Brunswick Power deal hurts plans to expand exports to U.S.
and Eastern Canada
LYNN MOORE, Montreal Gazette, February 27, 2010
Premier Charest wants Washington and state authorities to recognize Hydro-Québec power as 'renewable' energy in various pieces of legislation