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Enbridge Northern Gateway
Elizabeth May slams Harper government's treatment of humpback whales
Is the move a retaliation against the federal court's decision in favour of environmental groups?
Apr 24th, 2014
BC still not sold on Enbridge Northern Gateway proposal: poll
A new poll by Justason Market Intelligence shows that nearly two-thirds of British Columbians (64 per cent) oppose Enbridge’s proposal to transport crude oil through B.C.'s northern inside coastal...
Feb 5th, 2014
Enbridge poll results questioned
Dec 14th, 2013
Where the whales sing
Humpback whales have a level of organisation for getting their dinner that goes beyond what you would imagine.
Nov 22nd, 2013
Enbridge Northern Gateway's “charm offensive” ad blitz just plain offensive
Enbridge's trite new ad campaign won't win over the public, says a former Ministry of Forests worker and Fort St. James city councillor.
Oct 18th, 2013
Whale watching in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest
A location too beautiful to be disturbed by energy projects.
Sep 16th, 2013
Harper's pipeline push "sad" and "ironic", says Nathan Cullen
"It's very sad and ironic that Harper prorogued Parliament to do this, to send ministers to BC to talk about a pipeline that no one wants," NDP MP and House Leader Nathan Cullen told the Vancouver...
Sep 16th, 2013
Harper cabinet ministers coming to BC in 'desperate' push to convert pipeline opponents
Going all out to repair relations and win support for Enbridge Northern Gateway and Trans Mountain.
Sep 12th, 2013
Taxpayers on the hook for Lac Mégantic damage: expect the same for pipelines, says economist
If a company's insurance policy covers only a fraction of the cleanup cost for an oil spill or explosion, then the public is left to pay the rest, economist Robyn Allan says.
Aug 14th, 2013
First Nation group furious at Province's move to cut trees down for Enbridge pipeline path
Geraldine Thomas-Flurer, a spokesperson for the Yinka Dene Alliance, vowed today to fight the BC government's moves toward granting Enbridge temporary land use permits to cut trees to...
Jul 30th, 2013