Court rules the Canadian government failed in its duty to consult with aboriginal people before approving the pipeline in 2014.
Alberta and BC working on pipeline for hydroelectricity deal.
The oil company is still working to satisfy the 209 conditions included in its 2014 permit to build the pipeline.
First Nations, environmental groups and a labour union have launched an appeal to overturn the approval for the controversial pipeline.
Legal challenge hopes to revoke environmental certificates.
Wants approval of $7 billion project upheld by Federal Court of Appeal.
Wants to formalize moratorium on tanker traffic in northern BC to protect marine coastal areas and boost international trade.
Incumbent premier says the NDP across Canada are opposed to pipeline projects.
Alberta NDP leader says its bad government to fight for a pipeline that will likely never be built.
Complaint cites reports that the spy agency shared information with the NEB about “radicalized environmentalists.”
Unpublished report says potential toxic effects and environmental threats from bitumen pipelines are relatively unknown.
Document was obtained by Greenpeace under freedom-of-information legislation.
Alberta premier identifies Northern Gateway and BC’s Kitimat tanker port as keys to lucrative oil export markets.
Gitxaala First Nation claims the government failed to provide reasonable accommodation and consultation over aboriginal rights.
Moore says says Prentice will be a welcome ally when it comes to future pipeline projects.