Indigenous groups, environmental organizations and cities are ready for a fight.
Following one-year delay, oil could be flowing in new segments of the pipeline by mid-2022.
…but they fear the pipeline expansion to BC’s coast will not be competed.
Unanimous ruling from the B.C. Court of Appeal represented a major win for Trans Mountain pipeline.
With construction delays, first gas exports are expected one year later than the targeted date in 2024.
Arguing the Alberta law is unconstitutional, provinces can’t discriminate in the distribution of natural resource products.
Cap stays, will proclaim into law a bill to cut oil shipments to BC in response its opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Natural Resources minister doesn’t expect the deadline will be pushed back again.
New deadline will give the government more time to complete its consultations with Indigenous groups.
Energy policy looms large over the upcoming Alberta election.
Spirit of reconciliation, and if the resulting entity works to the benefit of all Canadians, and on a commercial basis.
Wants BC Court of Appeal to reject proposed amendments to the province’s Environmental Management Act.
Case asks the court to rule on amendments requiring companies transporting hazardous substances to obtain permits.
Last month, the National Energy Board found that the pipeline is still in the public interest.
Work suspended on the line, a key part of a $40-billion LNG Canada project in northern BC.