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Canadian government sees big potential from small modular reactors Canada is positioning itself up to be a leader in a new age of nuclear power by exploring the use of small modular reactors (SMR). "It's the next wave...
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For the great people of Northern British Columbia calculating the economic impact of the Wet’suwet’en pipeline protests is just another exercise in a long treacherous battle with radical environmental activists hell-bent on destroying the resource...
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Political turmoil unleashed on the country—in so-called “solidarity” with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs opposed to the $6.6 billion Gaslink pipeline project—is neither spontaneous nor surprising. For decades U.S. non-profits have poured millions of dollars into...
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For nearly three weeks, protests and blockades in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs who oppose the $6.6 billion Coastal GasLink pipeline project in northern B.C., have shut down railways and ports across the country in...
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney blamed the decision on 'federal inaction' under Trudeau, calling the protesters a 'militant minority' Teck Resources has officially withdrawn its application to build the $20-billion Frontier oilsands mine, just days before Prime...
'Canadians have been patient, our government has been patient. But it has been two weeks and the barricades need to come down now' Prime Minister Justin Trudeau declared Friday that crippling rail blockades must end immediately,...
Brian Domney spent 7 years as lead negotiator for B.C. with Wet'suwet'en nation A former B.C. treaty negotiator is calling out the provincial government for its role in the Wet'suwet'en conflict over the Coastal GasLink pipeline, saying...
Hereditary chiefs have said they won't meet with government officials until the RCMP leave Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says he's hoping the RCMP's offer to leave their outpost on Wet'suwet'en territory in northern B.C. will lead to the barricades coming...
Na'moks says only an in-person conversation will demonstrate respect for the chiefs in Wet'suwet'en territory It's disrespectful that Premier John Horgan won't meet with five hereditary chiefs who oppose a natural gas pipeline while he is touring northern...
John Horgan says meeting with hereditary chiefs best handled through cabinet minister B.C.'s premier has categorically put to rest any notion of pulling provincial support for the Coastal GasLink pipeline. "That's not an option, no," John Horgan answered when asked...