First Nations ambitious for ownership of $7.5 billion TMX expansion
First Nations along the Trans Mountain corridor say they want to own the existing pipeline, build its $7.5 billion expansion and that Ottawa is duty bound to deal with them first over competing equity interests.
Oil and gas sector keeps economic growth positive through April
Combined, mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction was up 4.5 percent in April, primarily due to a 5.5% rise in oil and gas extraction; strongest since Fort McMurray’s recovery from the 2016 wildfires that hindered production.
Métis landholders say they’ve been shut out of Trudeau’s TMX consultations
Eight Alberta Métis communities, many surrounded by and involved with oil sands production, are sounding the environmental alarm and demanding nation-to-nation treatment before the Trans Mountain expansion project moves ahead.
Meng’s lawyers make case against U.S. extradition to Canadian public
Meng Wanzhou’s lawyers opened a PR front in their client’s defence by sharing contents of a letter they wrote Attorney General David Lametti, urging him to halt extradition proceedings against the Huawei executive.
Elections Canada abandons “influencers” social media campaign
The non-partisan agency responsible for administering the national vote scrapped the idea after final vetting for its choice of 13 ‘influencers’ turned up past activity which could give the perception of inherent biases.
Trudeau meets Trump at the White House: The Post Millennial photo essay
A collection of photos by Jason Unrau covering the PM’s trip to Washington.
Trudeau pitches restored relationship with Trump during U.S. visit
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was selling a restored relationship between his government and U.S. President Donald Trump’s, at the close of the PM’s two-day visit to Washington this week.
Trump promises to do ‘anything he can’ for two Canadians held in China
U.S. President Donald Trump said he would do “anything” he could to see China release two Canadians held by the communist state.
Trudeau touches down in Washington ahead of White House visit
United States Ambassador to Canada Kelly Craft and David MacNaughton, Canada’s ambassador to the U.S. greet Trudeau at Andrews Airforce
TMX approved, Trudeau puts no limit on Indigenous ownership
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told Canadians we could eat his climate action cake and have the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion too, approving the twinning of the TMX bitumen corridor from Edmonton to Vancouver.