Alison Redford

BC and Alberta reach draft agreement on pipelines to the coast

Redford ecstatic over the deal as she spoke at Vancouver Board of Trade event.

Activists bring fracking rig to Christy Clark's front lawn

If the Premier is so keen on fracking, it will come to to her doorstep, activists say.

First Nations leaders respond to Redford and Kent's desperate American Keystone XL lobbying tour

Alberta Premier Alison Redford travels to the U.S. to promote Keystone XL pipeline, and First Nations critics react.

Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline: benefit to all Canadians or detrimental to other industries?

Respected economist Robyn Allan, former CEO of the Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC), has said the country’s move towards an oil-based economy will have severe effects on sectors like manufacturing—...

Canadian officials use Ethical Oil talking points in Keystone XL sales pitch

In the debate over the Keystone XL pipeline, Alberta Premier Alison Redford and Canada's Ambassador to the US Gary Doer push 'ethical oil' talking points on the American public.

Would an oil spill in British Columbia be good for Canada?

Pipeline boosters say it’s in the ‘national interest,’ but is an oil spill in Great Bear Rainforest or BC really good for Canada?

Storify: reactions to Alberta oil pipeline spill

For the third time this year, Canadians woke up to news of an oil spill in Alberta. On June 18 an Enbridge Inc. pipeline leaked an estimated 230,000 litres of crude oil in Alberta.

Encyclopedia of Canadian pipelines: Keystone XL and Northern Gateway

Enbridge. Northern Gateway. TransCanada. Keystone XL. You've heard the names. You've seen the headlines. But what is the controversy all about? To understand the players, the issues and why they...

Wildrose surge in Alberta worrisome for BC

Why British Columbians should care about the Alberta elections, Danielle Smith and the Wildrose Party.

Respected economist echoes McGuinty: "petro dollar damaging to Canada's manufacturing industry"

Economist Robyn Allan addresses recent remarks from Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and Alberta Premier Alison Redford, highlighting conflicting viewpoints on oil and the Canadian economy.