British Columbia

12/12/17
Author: 
Michal Rozworski

Reconciliation is not just about rhetoric, it is material. It is about how economic costs and benefits are shared. If we are to be serious about it, we have to be ready to take on costs that are both political and economic. The sunk and termination costs of Site C are substantial and so are the foregone benefits of reliable baseload power. If we want our governments to take on these costs in our name without fear, we have to make it a common sense proposition that they are worth taking on to forge a new relationship with First Nations.

11/12/17
Author: 
Ricochet staff

This morning the B.C. NDP government announced that it will proceed with the completion of the Site C dam mega-project.

08/12/17
Author: 
Dan Healing, The Canadian Press

CALGARY — A moratorium on loans for energy pipeline projects has been lifted, Desjardins Group said Wednesday, as it vowed to consider environmental, social and governance practices of clients in all future lending decisions.

The decision in July to temporarily stop pipeline loans had been applauded by environmental groups and First Nations opposed to oilsands development who urged the Quebec credit union to make the freeze permanent.

08/12/17
Author: 
Jeff Lewis, the Canadian Press

Kinder Morgan wins appeal over Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

08/12/17
Author: 
Mike De Souza
Indigenous protesters drum up support in their battle against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion pipeline in Vancouver, B.C. on Tues. Nov. 29, 2016. Photo by Roger Pimenta

Canada's energy regulator says Texas energy giant Kinder Morgan doesn't have to follow all the rules of a city at the end of the route of its major west coast pipeline expansion project.

07/12/17
Author: 
Burnaby Residents Opposing Kinder Morgan Expansion (BROKE)

December 7, 2017, BURNABY, BC.

Media Release – Burnaby Residents Opposing Kinder Morgan Expansion (BROKE)

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How many calls will save us from a Kinder Morgan tank farm explosion?

 

05/12/17
Author: 
Jim Beattie, John Cashore, Corky Evans, Tom Perry, Joan Sawicki and Dvid Zirnhelt

CONTRIBUTED TO THE GLOBE AND MAIL

PUBLISHED 22 HOURS AGO UPDATED DECEMBER 4, 2017

05/12/17
Author: 
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip

Anyone investing in Kinder Morgan should prepare for a long, drawn-out, and very expensive battle. 

05/12/17
Author: 
Gary Mason / Coast Protectors

DECEMBER 1, 2017

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is fighting a pipeline war on two fronts. It's difficult to say whether she's winning either campaign.

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