NDP government plans to block construction of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline.
Investors are hoping for clarity as new BC government opposes the $7.4-billion project.
Says Alberta government has little time for conversations that seek to shut down the oil sands, threaten jobs.
28 banks have been named as targets for the campaign.
Federally approved project could be held up by roadblocks and a lengthy court resolution.
Intended to raise $1.75 billion to help fund the $7.4-billion pipeline expansion.
Conditional on the successful completion of the IPO as Greens threaten to topple the project.
Unpredictability for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, shale gas development and Site C hydro dam.
Concerned about jobs at steelmaker Evraz in Regina, which is to build the pipe for Trans Mountain.
Will be sourced from recycled metal operations in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.
Trans Mountain approval created an “extremely low” level of confidence in the regulator.
Asking the BC Supreme Court to overturn an environmental assessment certificate.
Province tumbles on Fraser Institute Policy Perception Index in the 2016 Global Petroleum Survey.
Praised a federal government intention to spend $1.5 billion over five years to improve ocean protection.
Accepts public opinion that over time the impact of fossil fuels should be minimized.