CALGARY — The National Energy Board has slapped pipeline builder Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB) with $264,000 in penalties this month. Two penalties — each worth $100,000 — relate to work on its Line 3...
“If there is any hope of the NEB making a decision that truly reflects the public interest of Canadians then all the facts must be on the table,” says Deputy City Manager.
“We wanted to make sure we took into consideration all the factors that might determine whether the project is ultimately of net benefit to Burnaby,” BBOT President & CEO.
Squamish Chief Ian Campbell detailed First Nations objections to the NEB's hearings on the Trans Mountain pipeline
Tsawout Chief Underwood welcomed the NEB panel and elders of his First Nation to the final day of intervener hearings on the Trans Mountain pipeline
National Energy Board concludes 21 days of oral history testimony on the Trans Mountain pipeline, while Squamish Chief Ian Campbell says Crown has failed in constitutional duties.
As a parent, ecologist, and human being…I can no longer tolerate inaction on climate change by the federal government.
"We are not people who fight. But we will do whatever we can to protect these lands and waters.”
Environmental groups say decision is invalid because NEB has failed in its mandate to protect the public interest.
Some experts fear the 15-page letter will intimidate people unfamiliar with the process into withdrawing their applications.