Friday, 10 May 2013 13:46
Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press
CALGARY - The federal government, an oil giant and a biofuels company are teaming up to build a $19-million plant in northern Alberta that will use carbon dioxide emissions from the oilsands to help turn algae into products such as fuel, fertilizer and livestock feed.
EDMONTON - The Crown has dropped double-murder charges against an Edmonton youth who confessed during a police sting. The prosecution has conceded it doesn't have a case now that the judge has ruled the undercover evidence inadmissible.
CALGARY - The federal government and two private companies are planning to build a $19-million plant that will use algae to convert greenhouse gas emissions from an oilsands site into useful products such as biofuels.