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LNG & POWER

Cuomo’s Cold Weather Tax

Last week’s polar vortex brought another chilling reminder about the economic damage of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s shale-drilling blockade. His energy policies are...

Will BC’s Budding LNG Industry Spark More Quakes and Shake Northeast Housing Prices?

B.C. Premier John Horgan and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could barely contain their glee last year when LNG Canada declared its $40-billion Kitimat export terminal and...

‘Be a man!’: Indigenous protesters assail Justin Trudeau at B.C. town hall

“I don’t want to see your crocodile tears!” That was one of a number of comments with which Indigenous protesters confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a...

Justin Trudeau holds town hall in Kamloops, B.C. amid dueling protests

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau touted the benefits of a liquefied natural gas project that’s at the centre of an impasse with First Nations in...

Why did RCMP arrest 14 people at Wet’suwet’en Camp, and what happens next?

On Jan. 8, 14 people were arrested in the Wet’suwet’en First Nation for allegedly failing to obey a court injunction that required the removal of a...

Eyes turn to second barrier in B.C. pipeline dispute

The fate of a second barrier blocking access to a pipeline project became the focus of First Nations leaders in northern British Columbia Wednesday...

Exxon Mobil withdraws application to approve $25-billion B.C. LNG project

Exxon Mobil Corp. has withdrawn its environmental assessment application for a $25-billion LNG export facility on the B.C. coast it proposed in 2015. The apparent...

Squamish First Nation makes ‘difficult decision’ to back Woodfibre LNG worth $1.1 billion in...

It wasn’t an easy decision for the Squamish First Nation to approve the $1.6 billion Woodfibre LNG proposal, according to a spokesman, but it...

$40B LNG project in northern B.C. gets go-ahead

Construction is going ahead on a massive, $40-billion liquefied natural gas project in northern B.C., hours after five primary investors from five different countries...

Political directives have undermined B.C. Hydro’s finances, auditor general says

Politicians should stop bossing around the independent regulator that oversees B.C. Hydro so the province can get a true sense of what electricity rates...

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