Northern B.C. First Nations and others critical of Enbridge’s proposed $5.5-billion pipeline are ramping up their efforts to publicize their concerns in part to coincide with the first set of preliminary federal regulatory hearings.
Tsleil-Waututh First Nation sign international treaty to oppose tar sands development First Nation whose territory is directly affected by pipeline development sign on to oppose tar sands development
In the latest step toward opposing oil pipelines at every port in Canada, the Tsleil-Waututh Nation of Burrard Inlet signed on to the International Treaty to Protect the Sacred yesterday.
When Alberta's oil sands started being commercially developed almost 50 years ago, the biggest challenge for companies was finding cost-effective production technologies.
Will Canada’s Proposed Tar Sands Oil Pipeline Muck Up Its Pacific Coast? Large cracks remain in the science assessing Enbridge’s Northern Gateway Pipeline Project
As controversy continues around the Keystone XL Pipeline that would snake through the U.S., a similar drama plays out north of the border.
U.S. report finds Keystone pipeline impact on oilsands limited Draft says development would not be significantly affected by potential project
A U.S. government draft report on the environmental effect of the Keystone XL pipeline says the project's impact on the growth of the oilsands in Alberta will not be significant - a finding that contradicts environmentalists who oppose the project.
Ottawa could force B.C. to accept Gateway pipeline But Alberta reluctant to ask for intervention, fearing it could backfire
Alberta desperately wants a pipeline built across a reluctant B.C., but not badly enough to court Ottawa's constitutional intervention.
So says Ted Morton, who was Alberta's energy minister until April, when he was defeated in his riding by a Wildrose candidate.
(Prince Rupert, BC) February 4, 2013 – Coastal First Nations can’t afford to participate in this week’s Joint Review Panel (JRP) on the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline in Prince Rupert.
Tribal Members Sign Treaty Calling for an End to Alberta Oil Sands Development and Keystone XL Read more at http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/01/31/tribal-members-sign-treaty-calling-end-alberta-oil-sands-development-and-keystone-xl
Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman’s approval of that state’s section of the disputed Keystone XL pipeline has united not only indigenous from the U.S. and Canada but also non-Native ranchers, farmers and concerned citizens who oppose the pipeline.
Current projects will not meet demand in 10 years, says pipeline exec