National Energy Board
The project would increase tanker traffic seven-fold in Burrard Inlet off Metro Vancouver’s coast.
BC concerned 22-week time frame for the reconsideration isn’t long enough to accommodate a thorough review that allows Indigenous groups to fully participate.
Committee could attempt to bring federal ministers to task for Trans Mountain quagmire.
Highly improbable feds and NEB will be able to complete reviews before 2019 election.
Encouraged Burnaby to collaborate with Trans Mountain to resolve concerns with the pipeline’s location.
Alberta premier thinks it makes more sense to locate the regulator in Calgary where it would have a full understanding of the industry.
Calls to create a national strategy that incorporates Ottawa’s policy vision on energy, the environment, and the economy.
Disclosures made to ClearView that could reveal the identity of a tipster will be isolated from other NEB databases.
Will examine the structure, role and mandate of the board, which has become embroiled in controversy.
Figure includes costs from meetings with communities before the hearings began in August.
Banker says the likelihood of the pipeline being built fell 8% after members of the project’s advisory board forced to resign.
Latest order covers broader scope, including policies and commitments, hazard identification and incident management.
Montreal mayor walks out of hearings, calls proceedings a “masquerade.”
Court rules the Canadian government failed in its duty to consult with aboriginal people before approving the pipeline in 2014.
Nation Energy Board says company had not yet completed reclamation at two drill site staging areas.