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VICTORIA - After attending the Joint Review Panel (JRP) hearings in Prince George, New Democrat environment critic Rob Fleming says he's more convinced than ever that potential threats posed by the Enbridge pipeline are too great for British Columbia.
The grounding of a 278-metre container ship near Prince Rupert has raised questions about the risk of oil spills on British Columbia’s rugged coastline.
Many Canadians thought America went crazy during the U.S. election campaign. We were psychoanalyzing the wrong country. Maybe Canada is nuts.
Quebec now seems likely to stall, if not block, any flow of Alberta and other western Canadian petroleum to Montreal through a reversed pipeline.
A large part of the oil and gas renaissance is a consequence of reviving old fields with new technology.
VANCOUVER - The environmental review panel examining the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline has added another 10 weeks of hearings.
The panel will now return to Prince Rupert, B.C., in February of next year to hear participants questioned under oath.
British Columbia is no petro state. So why do our political leaders insist that we are a global energy power?
At the University of Calgary last month, Premier Christy Clark boldly asserted that B.C. could one day export four trillion cubic feet of natural gas per year, an amount that would put us on par with the output of Alberta's oilsands industry.
NORTH VANCOUVER, BC, Nov. 14, 2012 /CNW/ - Tsleil-Waututh Nation is commending federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair for his comments in Victoria on Tuesday regarding the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline proposal.
B.C. Energy Minister Rich Coleman says the proponents of liquefied natural gas plants will get to decide whether to use renewable energy to power their facilities.
Enbridge Inc. is rejecting two key tenets of the B.C. government’s position on the Northern Gateway pipeline – that compensation should be tied to environmental risk and the project is effectively dead if the New Democratic Party wins next spring’s election.
VANCOUVER, Nov. 14, 2012 /CNW/ - Leaders of the affected First Nations and Alaskan Tribes have expressed support for a new "purpose built" railway that would link Alaska, Yukon, northern British Columbia and northern Alberta to the rest of North America.