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Bill C-69 poised for major changes in Senate, but clock is...

The federal government’s promised overhaul of environmental evaluations for energy projects is poised for a major Senate surgery, but the upper...

Ottawa should replace ‘redundant’ oil tanker ban with rigorous international regulations,...

Designating the northern B.C. coast as an ecologically sensitive region would go ‘much further’ than a tanker ban, an industry group...

Citizen’s Guide to Economic Impacts of Pipeline Expansion in British Columbia...

The Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project (TMEP) was announced in May 2012 and approved four and one half years later in...

National Energy Board recommends approval of Trans Mountain pipeline

That's in addition to the 156 conditions it had proposed in its earlier recommendation The National Energy Board has recommended, once again,...

Senators promise robust review of Bill C-69 as provincial angst deepens...

Senators of varying political stripes are promising a thorough review of Bill C-69 as it enters committee this week, potentially creating...

PBO report on Trans Mountain purchase is sombre reading for a...

Morneau may not have been fleeced, but certainly paid at the high end of the valuation scale, apparently assuming that everything...

Ottawa may have overpaid for Trans Mountain by up to $1B,...

The federal Liberal government may have overpaid for the Trans Mountain pipeline project by up to $1 billion, the parliamentary budget...

Alberta Is Playing a Dangerous Game with Pipeline Ad Campaign

The anti-BC PR blitz fuels the anger of right-wing groups like the ‘yellow vests.’ Blame British Columbia. That is the $23-million message...

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