Unifor said NEB is “out of touch” with Canadians after recommending controversial project be approved
Back in January 2012, Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver referred to opponents of Northern Gateway as foreign-funded “radicals.” Now he’s taking a less antagonistic approach.
The biggest gathering appeared to be in Vancouver, where a rally against the Northern Gateway pipeline proposed by Calgary-based Enbridge drew dozens of environmental groups
Additional reserves add clout to B.C.’s plans to support the development of liquefied natural gas plants in the province’s north
Hearings that had become battleground for international fight over global warming ended with little fanfare
Activists accuse federal government of trying to include safety evidence already rejected by panel.
Al Monaco confident Northern Gateway will ultimately win approval despite the province’s opposition to the project.
First Nation of Hartley Bay says crew showed up uninvited to carry out work on project
Analysis found likelihood of tanker spill ranges from one every 23 years to one every 196 years
Joint federal review panel says release of conditions does not mean decision has been made