TransCanada says its new name, TC Energy, reflects its diverse business interests in pipelines, power generation and energy storage operations.
Trudeau has said many times the pipeline is going to be built.
It is a package based, in some ways, on those offered to softwood, steel and aluminum producers.
Trudeau believes his government’s Impact Assessment Act will fix a flawed review process.
Energy East could help Alberta oil prices, says Blaine Higgs.
Blaine Higgs said he discussed Energy East two weeks ago with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
The province has already started talks with a third party to buy enough rail cars and locomotives to put two more oil trains a day on the tracks.
A year-long delay would cost TransCanada US$949 million.
Bill 51 contains a number of reforms and amendments that will change the way mines, dams and pipelines are reviewed and approved in BC.
Natural Resources minister says key is building trust in regulatory processes and engaging affected parties early.
The project would increase tanker traffic seven-fold in Burrard Inlet off Metro Vancouver’s coast.
A case dealing with whether Canada’s spy agency overstepped the law in monitoring environmental activists will be open to the public.
Opposition United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney accused Premier Rachel Notley’s government of failing Alberta.
One critic says approval process is tainted by the fact that the government insists the project it now owns will be built no matter what.
Feds want to have the pipeline’s fate decided within the next six to eight months.