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First Nations-led alternative to Enbridge Northern Gateway faces challenges

"I've never even heard of the Eagle Spirit project until Monday, and suddenly, it has First Nations' support?" A Burns Lake Band councillor questions consulting process around pipeline project.

Cayoose Creek band refuses to cede salmon-spawning territory

Sekw'el'was Chief Michelle Edwards says the community won't leave the creek until their demand for meaningful consultation is met

Nobel Peace Prize Laureates call on Obama to reject Keystone XL

“You stand on the brink of making a choice that will define your legacy on one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced -- climate change,” the Laureates wrote to Obama.

Victory over Enbridge celebrated in Kitimat (NEW VIDEO)

"It doesn't get much more grassroots than this," MP Nathan Cullen said, as people sang and beat drums in the background.

Climate fail. Surging fossil fuels are leaving renewable energy far, far behind.

The climate implications are growing so dire that even major fossil fuel companies are starting to call for a price on carbon.

Harper government pressured to reject Northern Gateway after Kitimat defeat

Canada's new Natural Resources Minister must decide before mid-June if the Northern Gateway project goes forward.

Remember the deleted Enbridge islands? They have sea lions (PHOTOS)

Vancouver Observer spent the day boating the Douglas Channel -- and found sea lions on one of the infamous "deleted" Enbridge islands.

Yinka Dene pipeline communities ban Northern Gateway

The list of Aboriginal communities and municipalities opposed to Northern Gateway grew, with the addition of Yinka Dene Alliance for First Nations, from north central B.C.

Former BC Hydro CEO highlights potential bias by NEB member on Kinder Morgan panel

Marc Eliesen says it's "appropriate" for Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain NEB panel member David Hamilton to be disqualified.

'Expect dead whales' from Northern Gateway oil tankers, warn Kitimat locals (VIDEO)

Kitimat dad Marc Young worries how a massive increase in oil super tankers will literally strike and kill the Douglas Channel's now thriving whale population.

Coquitlam demands business case from Metro Vancouver for $480 million incineration plan

The City of Coquitlam is latest municipality to ask tough questions about waste-to-energy incineration strategy.