New Waterfront Toronto chair says it’s too early to cancel Quayside project

New Waterfront Toronto chair says it’s too early to cancel Quayside project
TORONTO — When Ontario’s auditor general released a report in early December calling on Waterfront Toronto to slow down on its smart city project with Alphabet Inc.-backed Sidewalk Labs, it prompted the provincial government to fire three Waterfront Toronto board members, including chair Helen Burstyn. Burstyn’s replacement — lawyer and real estate development executive Steve Diamond — was named and received the support of Toronto... Read More

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week
TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Crypto in court The Nova Scotia Supreme Court will hear arguments on Tuesday regarding a stay order protecting QuadrigaCX from lawsuits. The widow of the failed cryptocurrency exchange’s CEO asked that a chief restructuring officer be appointed to oversee what remains of the company,... Read More

Forest group readies ambitious new standards for sustainable industry

Forest group readies ambitious new standards for sustainable industry
A new bar will soon be set on what counts as sustainable forestry, holding potential implications for the future of the woodland caribou and of the forestry industry itself. After years of debate, the Canadian division of the Forest Stewardship Council hopes to have its updated forest management standards approved by its international body in the coming weeks to set an example for lawmakers... Read More

Enbridge:Line 3 replacement likely won’t be in service until second half of 2020

Enbridge:Line 3 replacement likely won’t be in service until second half of 2020
CALGARY — A pipeline that Alberta has been counting on to ease the bottleneck in moving its crude oil to foreign markets won’t be in service for at least another year, according to its owners. Enbridge Inc. says in a news release that the timeline for construction of the Line 3 replacement likely won’t see the pipeline operational until the second half of 2020. Just... Read More

SpaceX’s new crew capsule aces space station docking

SpaceX’s new crew capsule aces space station docking
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — SpaceX’s sleek, new crew capsule arrived at the International Space Station on Sunday, acing its second milestone in just over a day. No one was aboard the Dragon capsule launched Saturday on its first test flight, only an instrumented dummy. But that quickly changed once the hatch swung open and the space station astronauts floated inside.... Read More