Chiefs of Alberta's First Nations voted unanimously to support Bill C-69. The First Nations support the legislation because it provides Indigenous communities with a greater say about development.
The National Energy Board will hear from 31 Indigenous groups and individuals beginning November 19th as part of its new review on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
The Energy Step Code project highlights the power of broad partnerships and creates a path to transform the BC Building Code and reduce greenhouse emissions.
Authors Sandeep Pai and Savannah Carr-Wilson have written a new book, Total Transition: The Human Side of the Renewable Energy Revolution, in which they examine the opportunities for renewables.
A natural gas explosion north of Prince George, BC, shut down two pipelines and forced evacuations. The RCMP has determined the explosion was not criminal. Residents of BC are being asked to limit their use of non-essential natural gas.
A pipeline ruptured and caused a massive fire north of Prince George, BC. The incident involved 900 PSI gas line operated by Enbridge, and an investigation is underway to determine the cause. Homes in the immediate area were evacuated.
The federal government has set a 22-week timeline to consult with First Nations about the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The BC government has filed to register as an intervenor in the National Energy Board's reconsideration of the project. As an intervener, the BC gov
The First Nations LNG Alliance of BC announced the $40-billion LNG Canada project at Kitimat, and the associated pipeline that will feed it natural gas, has been given the green light.
Betty Baxter, a trustee for School District No. 46, has brought solar energy to her home and school district. While other school districts have implemented the use of solar energy, the size of SD46’s solar systems surpass all other districts.
The British Columbia government is offering a variety of subsidies to LNG Canada. Woodfibre LNG is moving forward near Squamish.