-- Newfoundland and Labrador wheels hydropower through Quebec Newfoundland and Labrador reports it is wheeling power from the 5,428-MW Churchill Falls hydroelectric project through neighboring Quebec into the greater North American marketplace, for the first time in the province's history.
-- Riverbank moving forward with Maine project Test results of rock samples at a project site in Wiscasset, Maine, show that the site is fit for the development of an underground hydropower plant, said Riverbank Power Corp., the project’s developer.
-- Deal to build 6-MW project in Yukon pending Yukon Energy Corp. has entered a tentative deal with Omaha, Neb.-based Kiewit Corp. to build a hydropower project at the Mayo Dam in northwest Canada’s Yukon Territory.
-- TransAlta cleared to pursue takeover of Canadian Hydro TransAlta Corp said on Aug. 17, 2009, that Canadian competition regulators have decided not to interfere with its hostile, C$654 million (US$590 million) offer for Canadian Hydro Developers Inc, made in July 2009.
-- Canadian Hydro's poison pill can stand Canadian regulators have denied TransAlta Corp.’s request to throw out Canadian Hydro’s shareholder rights plan, a poison pill meant to thwart TransAlta’s attempted takeover of the company.