Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press

Provinces may have to agree to Ottawa's 2035 clean power target to access funding

OTTAWA — The federal government is considering restricting billions of dollars in tax credits and grants for electricity projects to provinces that commit to the 2035 target for an emissions-free...

EV rebates suggest uptake in battery-powered cars soared in spring

On average about 4,200 rebates were issued each month since the program launched in May 2019. But in April, May and June, over 30,000 rebates were delivered, or more than 10,000 each month.

Canada extends copyright protection another 20 years to meet new trade obligation

OTTAWA — There will be no new books, songs or plays added to the public domain in Canada until 2043 after the government squeezed in a change to copyright laws just before the end of 2022

Canada moves to mandate electric vehicle sales starting in 2026

One-fifth of all passenger cars, SUVs and trucks sold in Canada in 2026 will need to run on electricity under new regulations Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault is proposing Wednesday. By 2030,...