Upholds a lower court ruling that blocked a key environmental permit for the project.
Safety test to be conducted, energy company can keep it running subject to the results and further order of the court.
Energy company insists Line 5 pipeline was not damaged, flow of oil and natural gas liquids resumed June 20.
Construction also begins this summer on a compressor and metering stations.
Candidate’s comment represents a significant risk for the US$8-billion project.
Former vice-president strongly opposed the pipeline during the Obama administration.
Memorandum doesn’t address Wet’suwet’en opposition to the pipeline, part of a $40-billion LNG export terminal project in Kitimat.
Does not address opposition to the natural gas pipeline being built through their territory by Coastal Gaslink.
Energy economist says the long-term forecast for both natural gas and oil remains steady.
Plans for construction camps housing up to 1,000 workers each cited as a risk to tribes struggling with basic health care services amid potential COVID-19 outbreaks.
Said the US Army Corps of Engineers failed to adequately consider effects on endangered species such as pallid sturgeon.
Province has agreed to invest about $1.5 billion as equity in the pipeline.
Anticipating a revised 2020 capital budget of between $1.2 billion and $1.4 billion.
Clearing a path through US states along the pipeline’s 1,930-kilometre route to begin soon.
Negotiator warns Trans Mountain expansion could run into opposition if it proceeds against the wishes of some communities it passes through.