Today’s decision by the federal government to reject the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline and tankers proposal is an important and hard-fought victory says West Coast Environmental Law – one that...
Nation looks forward to a post-Enbridge reality and new relationships with government
Severe migraines. Non-stop vomiting. Severe abdominal pain, and a ruptured artery. Michigan resident Chance Lowery said he suffered these symptoms during the aftermath of Calgary pipeline giant...
"Here, you see older people, people in suits, people from all walks of life. I think there's enough dissent in BC to stop this."
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.
The Gitxaala have filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming the National Energy Board's Joint Review Panel failed to consider extensive testimony to the panel.
Kai Nagata of Dogwood Initiative responds to an article in the Vancouver Observer regarding Premier Christy Clark's past ties to a firm that once lobbied for Enbridge.
From Mark Marissen's point of view, it's obvious that Clark has not been influenced by the firm's former clients.
B.C. Premier Christy Clark was a partner in a lobbying firm that was contracted by Enbridge and lobbied the federal government on the company's behalf, according to documents obtained by ...
Was the NEB's fair and open environmental review process a pipe dream all along?