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You’re all hypocrites: Why it’s a colossal cop-out to keep blaming Canada’s sky high...

This week, the city of Victoria, B.C. announced plans to launch a class action lawsuit against the oil and gas sector. The idea is to tally...

Majority of Canadians in all regions but Quebec believe lack of oil pipelines is...

Nearly two-thirds of Canadians believe that the lack of pipeline space to move oil constitutes a crisis in Canada, according to new polling from...

First Nations chiefs to discuss possibility of ownership stake in Trans Mountain pipeline

Dozens of First Nations leaders will meet in Calgary on Wednesday to discuss whether they should bid for an ownership stake in the Trans...

After Wet’suwet’en protests, when might Trans Mountain get built? ‘Not anytime soon’: business leader

Construction on the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project is probably unlikely to begin any time soon. In an interview with the West Block‘s Mercedes Stephenson,...
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5 terms to know regarding the Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute

Here are 5 words you'll hear in the coverage of the Wet'suwet'en pipeline dispute and how to pronounce them. CBC News - January 12, 2019.

‘No consent, no pipeline’: UBCIC President says Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs have been ignored

“It’s very simple. No consent, no pipeline.” That’s Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, president of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, speaking about the Coastal GasLink...

Celebrities including Ellen Page, Susan Sarandon voice support for northern B.C. anti-pipeline camp

As the fallout continues from Monday’s RCMP enforcement of a court injunction against a First Nations anti-pipeline camp in northern B.C., the protesters are...

First Nations, RCMP reach deal in northern B.C. pipeline impasse

Hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation have reached a deal with the RCMP to allow a natural gas company access across a bridge...

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