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  • Government accused of ‘little action’ over safeguarding steel industry

    The Government has been accused of failing to be alert to alarms raised by the steel industry before firms starting cutting thousands of jobs. A committee of MPs said other European countries took action to safeguard their steel industries, but

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

    Trade authorities are trying to stem the flood of foreign-produced steel

  • 'Seamless' smart fare system on tap for Edmonton, St. Albert and Strathcona County

    One card to ride them all, one system to bind them.

  • Construction worker crushed to death by pipe

    A construction worker was killed on the side of a highway in Unionville Monday after a massive piece of steel pipe rolled into a ditch, crushing him.

  • Ontario carbon cap buried in the fine print

    About 100 companies and organizations will receive exemptions over the first four years from carbon emissions in sectors such as cement, petrochemicals, steel and mining.

  • U.S. Steel may cut nearly 700 Texas jobs

    U.S. Steel is considering temporarily mothballing the pipe-making plant during the ongoing oil and gas slump. The facility is located in northeastern Texas in Morris County, which has a population of less than 13,000 people.

  • Steel taskforce hopes to attract operators, Fergus Ewing says

    Government agencies will attempt to attract international steel operators to take on Scotland’s troubled steel mills with offers of tax breaks and publicly-funded contracts, business minister Fergus Ewing has said. Mr Ewing chaired the first

  • Tat Steel ‘got £700m selling green tax credits from the EU’?

    Tata Steel, a Mumbai-owned operation, was said to have made the cash by selling carbon emissions permits it was given free by the European Union.

  • Bid to find new operator for Tata Steel plants continues

    Efforts to secure a new operator for two closure-threatened Lanarkshire steel plants will continue, Business Minister Fergus Ewing has vowed. The pledge comes as the end of the minimum statutory 45-day consultation period with workers at the Tata

  • Government accused of ‘little action’ over safeguarding steel industry

    The Government has been accused of failing to be alert to alarms raised by the steel industry before firms starting cutting thousands of jobs. A committee of MPs said other European countries took action to safeguard their steel industries, but

  • Canada slaps duties on steel line pipe imported from China

    Trade authorities are trying to stem the flood of foreign-produced steel

  • 'Seamless' smart fare system on tap for Edmonton, St. Albert and Strathcona County

    One card to ride them all, one system to bind them.

  • Construction worker crushed to death by pipe

    A construction worker was killed on the side of a highway in Unionville Monday after a massive piece of steel pipe rolled into a ditch, crushing him.

  • Ontario carbon cap buried in the fine print

    About 100 companies and organizations will receive exemptions over the first four years from carbon emissions in sectors such as cement, petrochemicals, steel and mining.

  • U.S. Steel may cut nearly 700 Texas jobs

    U.S. Steel is considering temporarily mothballing the pipe-making plant during the ongoing oil and gas slump. The facility is located in northeastern Texas in Morris County, which has a population of less than 13,000 people.

  • Steel taskforce hopes to attract operators, Fergus Ewing says

    Government agencies will attempt to attract international steel operators to take on Scotland’s troubled steel mills with offers of tax breaks and publicly-funded contracts, business minister Fergus Ewing has said. Mr Ewing chaired the first

  • Tat Steel ‘got £700m selling green tax credits from the EU’?

    Tata Steel, a Mumbai-owned operation, was said to have made the cash by selling carbon emissions permits it was given free by the European Union.

  • Bid to find new operator for Tata Steel plants continues

    Efforts to secure a new operator for two closure-threatened Lanarkshire steel plants will continue, Business Minister Fergus Ewing has vowed. The pledge comes as the end of the minimum statutory 45-day consultation period with workers at the Tata