Bathurst, N.B.-based ThermalWood Canada has developed an alternative wood product, marketed under the brand name Obsidian Ebony, that it hopes will help save the world's remaining ebony forests from destruction.
Hazelview Properties, a Toronto-based real estate company, says it has met its goal to earn green certifications for its entire $7.2-billion Canadian multifamily portfolio.
British Columbia’s regulated utility FortisBC will be investing $695.8 million over the next four years into rebates and pilot programs to help its customers' reduce energy use while cutting their greenhouse gas emissions.
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