Trudeau Liberals to comply with Trans Mountain pipeline demands
After losing every single seat in both Alberta and Saskatchewan, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has dialled back his climate policy rhetoric.
Alberta government has no plans to see Greta Thunberg during her visit
Alberta’s Provincial government has said they will not do anything to arrange a meeting with infamous climate change activist Greta Thunberg.
Trudeau dodges answering if Canada is on its last pipeline in debate
Justin Trudeau was asked if his government’s $4.5 billion purchase of the Trans Mountain pipeline would be the last pipeline he would approve.
“Dubious, bizarre lawyering” nets First Nation federal court rebuke, $2000 fine in anti-TMX challenge
According to Stratas’ latest decision, the First Nations’ application strayed well beyond addressing this core matter at least seven times – including that Stratas be removed from the appeal panel altogether.
Former Greenpeace co-director receives two million dollar U.S. award for disrupting oil and gas industry in Canada
According to a statement from The Climate Breakthrough Project, Berman won the award specifically for her outstanding work on “fossil fuel supply reduction,” or, put simply, blocking oil and gas projects in Canada and beyond.
Federal Court to hear six challenges to Trudeau’s approval of Trans Mountain Pipeline
The Federal Court of Appeal has decided that it will hear six challenges to the Trudeau government’s approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline.
Alberta and Quebec premiers duke it out over equalization and pipelines
“If we don’t get pipelines we need & repeal of anti-Alberta legislation like C-48 & C-69, we will hold a referendum on equalization,” Kenney warned in a tweet.
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.
Sweeping regulatory reform looms over resource sector, evoking NWT pipeline’s fate
Under McKenna’s Bill C-69 regime, however, the Environment minister becomes the gatekeeper with power to quash project proposals deemed not in the public’s interest.