With hearings starting tomorrow, the Conservative government has accused opponents of the Northern Gateway pipeline of being foreign-funded radicals. But a new poll suggests otherwise.
Echoing criticism from pro-oilsands EthicalOil.org, Harper claims foreign funding to enviro groups could compromise public hearings about Enbridge's Northern Gateway pipeline.
A new poll sponsored by Enbridge says BC residents support the oilsands pipeline, but also shows that 55 per cent of respondents are unfamiliar with the project.
Directors from Pembina Institute and Environmental Defence say most of their money comes from Canadian foundations and individuals and that the "Ethical Oil" website is distorting the facts.
BC Premier Christy Clark said the west coast "doesn't just belong to British Columbia", but some British Columbians disagree.
Activists converge on the offices of Apache Corp. to protest a natural gas pipeline linked to fracking operations in BC and Alberta.
Anti-pipeline advocates adamant that Enbridge’s “good news” stories won’t shake strong opposition.
The attention-grabbing agreement between Enbridge and the Gitxsan Treaty Society sparks heated discussions over levels of opposition and support.
Which companies profit from oil sands transport operations? Second in a series exploring who has high stakes in the oil sands.
After an alliance of BC First Nations promised to block pipelines to the coast, Gitxsan negotiators announced a $7 million deal with oil giant Enbridge.