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Canada’s steel mills open up as global steel industry recovers

Canada’s steel mills open up as global steel industry recovers

Steel mills are opening up again as global demand for the heavy-duty material continues to decline, but the pace is slowing.

Story continues below advertisementThe growth of the industry is due to new technologies and better production practices, said Mark Gurney, president of the Canadian Institute for Steel Industries, a trade association.

There’s a lot of demand for steel now and we have an abundance of it, Mr. Gurnez said.

The market is not yet at the level of demand we had 20 years ago, but there’s definitely some improvement.

“Steel is being used in a variety of industries, from building materials to construction materials.

In the U.S., there are about a dozen steel mills, mostly in Wisconsin and Minnesota, but new ones are being built in Canada, Pennsylvania and Ohio.

A big part of the decline in steel demand in Canada is the aging of the nation’s aging fleet of aging steam-powered vessels.

The vessels were built for many years, and are nearing the end of their useful life.

The old steam engines are being replaced by gas turbines and hydrogen-powered power plants, which will take more of the power.

Canada is also trying to transition to a low-carbon economy.

It’s one of the world’s top polluters, and has some of the highest carbon emissions in the world.

The industry has also been hit hard by the economic downturn in China, where the manufacturing sector has shrunk by more than 80 per cent over the past five years.”

We need to get the old vessels up to the modern standards,” he said.””

We are trying to find ways to reduce our carbon footprint, which is important in a developing economy, where you’re trying to keep costs down.”

We need to get the old vessels up to the modern standards,” he said.”

The question is: Will they still be able to be retired?

We don’t know.

It will be a long, slow process.

The question is how much time we have to find out.

“The Canadian government has also announced a carbon tax, but its implementation is uncertain.

In December, the federal government proposed an increase to the levy on fuel vehicles, but it has not yet been approved by Parliament.

The industry is also facing a new set of regulations to help protect the environment.

They will be put into effect next year, with the goal of reducing emissions by 30 per cent from 2005 levels by 2030.

In addition to carbon taxes, there is a mandate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 25 per cent by 2020.

Canada also plans to develop a carbon trading system, which could be used to reduce emissions.”

Canada has a great chance of having a significant reduction in emissions in 2030, and that’s going to be based on all of the actions we’re taking, including this carbon trading scheme,” said Stephen Cushman, the former director of the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade.

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers has called for a $15-per-tonne carbon tax.

There is also support for a cap-and-trade system, in which carbon dioxide emissions are priced and traded on the international market.

The federal government has made no public announcements about carbon taxes.

It also hasn’t set a target for the amount of CO2 emissions we are responsible for, which would be more than the amount we emit.

In the meantime, some companies are trying new ways to meet emissions targets.

The Calgary-based energy giant Sinopec is offering a $3-per‑kilowatt-hour tax credit to encourage energy efficiency and carbon-negative building materials.

The company also has a $25-per–kilowatthour carbon tax rebate program that it has announced will start next year.

In Quebec, there are incentives for energy efficiency projects.

The province has also created an eco-zone, which aims to help people reduce their greenhouse gas footprint.

There are also initiatives in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia that help businesses, including restaurants and hotels, make carbon-neutral buildings.

There are also programs that offer incentives for building companies to retrofit to the standards set by the International Energy Agency, such as retrofitting with a heat pump, LED lighting and a roof over-heat shield.