The ongoing subsurface oil spill at CNRL's Cold Lake site continues to push bitumen above ground, according to a new Alberta Energy Regulator update.
CNRL, the company responsible for an ongoing oil spill in the tar sands, recently called the incident 'secure' in a public statement, although it has yet to be brought under control.
Government documents confirm Fort McMurray's massive tailings ponds are seeping tar sands waste into local groundwater.
Burnaby-Douglas MP Kennedy Stewart is keeping a close eye on Kinder Morgan’s plans. The Trans Mountain pipeline goes right through his riding. He’s brought the issue up in the House of Commons and...
While public and media scrutiny centers on oil spills and pipeline leaks, environmentalists are trying to broaden the picture to include the impact of using heavy oil on Vancouver's carbon footprint.
Premier Christy Clark has finally come out with her long-awaited position on the controversial Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal.
As Greenpeace activists hung an anti-pipeline banner from the Lions Gate Bridge, Northern Gateway proponent Enbridge launched a multimillion-dollar ad campaign to counter B.C. opposition.
Which is larger: potential tar sands emissions or all the past emissions from China? From India? From 150 nations combined? New chart says...
Who profits from refining and working with tar sands products? Part three in our series exploring who has high stakes in the oil sands.