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Energy East too close for comfort for Manitoba farmer
“The NEB intervener status process in my opinion is completely anti-democratic," says Manitoba organic farmer and pipeline opponent Louise May.
Mar 10th, 2015
Letter to NEB: "I wish to withdraw my participation as a commenter"
Feb 17th, 2015
City submits nearly 600 questions to Kinder Morgan as deadline approaches
“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.
Jan 16th, 2015
Burnaby Board of Trade releases in-depth pipeline review
“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.
Jan 14th, 2015
Waterloo woman finds NEB e-mail lauding public’s inability to question pipelines
A Waterloo "citizen investigator" finds NEB memo boasting about Harper government changes at pipeline hearings designed to speed project approvals.
Dec 9th, 2014
National Energy Board panel’s assurances to Tsawout First Nation ring false
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
Dec 1st, 2014
First Nations: NEB Kinder Morgan process unconstitutional
Squamish Chief Ian Campbell detailed First Nations objections to the NEB's hearings on the Trans Mountain pipeline
Dec 1st, 2014
National Energy Board hears First Nations testimony on Kinder Morgan 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.
Nov 29th, 2014
Damning statements in Forest Ethics Advocacy vs. Harper government, Enbridge, NEB case
Affadavits cite Canadian Charter of Human Rights violations, government favoritism towards Enbridge, and an application designed to deter participation.
Dec 4th, 2013