Canada: Ottawa to set fines for pipeline infractions

Reuters: Canadian regulators are getting the power to fine companies and individuals who contravene pipeline and nuclear safety rules, the country's natural resources minister said on Friday. Under the proposed regulations, the National Energy Board and Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission will be able to fine individuals up to C$25,000 ($25,000) and corporations C$100,000 for each day they are out of compliance. Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver also said the government is increasing energy board inspections......

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