Conservation groups urge compromised Board members to step down from the National Energy Board panel for the Energy East pipeline.
The pipeline route would cross the Whitemud Watershed Wildlife Management Area, which is protected from oil and gas development
With the province making its opposition official, the question now is whether the federal government will follow in its footsteps.
Final six-month countdown for the project begins as oil producers are unlikely to sign shipping agreements.
Landmark study confirms that diluted bitumen sinks in water, making it nearly impossible to clean up a large spill with current technology.
The question isn’t about whether to use rail or pipelines. It’s about how to reduce our need for both.
Representatives of the 54 groups petition the province’s auditor general to do a more thorough job reviewing pipeline spills.
Proposed Pipeline Route Through Wet’suwet’en Nation Territory Media Release by the Dogwood Initiative: January 14, 2010 (Victoria, BC) — Grassroots members of the Wet’suwet’en Nation and Saik’uz First Nation have traveled from northwest British Columbia to join Calgarians and BC-based NGO Dogwood Initiative to greet employees of pipeline company Enbridge Inc. this morning as they…