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News Metals General
August 24, 2020  

Rio Tinto CEO loses $3.5M over destroyed indigenous sites

Follows the destruction in May of two 46,000-year-old rock shelters in Juukan George in Western Australia state.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
March 5, 2020  

More confrontations without Indigenous consent for pipelines

Negotiator warns Trans Mountain expansion could run into opposition if it proceeds against the wishes of some communities it passes through.

News Government Manufacturing General
March 3, 2020  

Federal efforts to award contracts to Indigenous businesses hit snags

Promised to redirect at least 5% of contracts to Indigenous-led businesses.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
February 19, 2020  

PM urges patience, promises reconciliation in face of pipeline blockades

Several First Nations leaders agree the dispute speaks to broader – and long-standing – concerns from Indigenous communities.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
February 18, 2020  

Trudeau caught in the middle of energy, environment, Indigenous demands

Politically explosive issues combine to make a perfect storm for the Liberal’s fragile minority.

News Manufacturing Metals General
November 7, 2019  

BC should demand miners pay cleanup costs up front: Study

Rules review to ensure taxpayers aren’t stuck with the costs of cleaning up or caring for abandoned mines.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
September 5, 2019  

Court Trans Mountain appeals focussed on Indigenous consultation

Will examine the calibre of the federal government’s consultations.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
April 18, 2019  

Ottawa extends deadline for Trans Mountain decision to June 18

New deadline will give the government more time to complete its consultations with Indigenous groups.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
March 25, 2019  

Morneau unveils principles for Indigenous stake in Trans Mountain pipeline

Spirit of reconciliation, and if the resulting entity works to the benefit of all Canadians, and on a commercial basis.

News Government Manufacturing General
February 14, 2019  

Trudeau faces critics as Wilson-Raybould scandal swirls

Liberal MPs concerned about a lack of communication and having this saga unfold going into an election campaign.

News Energy Manufacturing General Sustainability
November 6, 2018  

CSIS says federal pipeline purchase seen as ‘betrayal’ by many opponents

Spy agency’s heavily censored brief highlights a renewed sense of indignation among protesters.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
June 18, 2018  

Indigenous protesters in Washington declare Trans Mountain won’t be built

Whales among key concerns, their sonar already disrupted by existing vessel traffic.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
June 13, 2018  

Alberta oil sands project wins regulator approval despite Indigenous objections

10,000 bpd steam-driven Rigel oil sands project proposed by Prosper Petroleum declared in the public interest.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
April 25, 2018  

Trade missions for women, Indigenous, LGBTQs in 2018: minister

Idea is to promote the interests of those who have been ignored in the past.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
April 11, 2018  

Morneau, Notley to talk about how to get Trans Mountain back on track

Singh suggests a joint reference question to the Supreme Court of Canada to fast-track a resolution on jurisdictional issues.