oil spill

Economist Robyn Allan calls NEB process "rigged" and withdraws from Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain review

Economist Robyn Allan has publicly withdrawn from the National Energy Board review of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline, saying the process is "rigged."
oil spill, Fraser River, Environment, Fisheries, Coast Guard, Marathassa

Capsized boat spills fuel into Fraser River

Early Tuesday, a fishing boat called The Western Crusader capsized while moored at Shelter Island Marina on the Fraser River near Annacis Island in South Vancouver. Although officials say...
English Bay oil spill, Tories, Harper government

Political leadership nowhere to be found in B.C.

A funny thing happened on April Fools' Day in West Vancouver at Gleneagles Golf Club. There was, you see, a protest with over 300 people, a full house and then some. The funny thing was that no...

Mayor blames province and feds for slow response to English Bay spill

It took six hours for the Coast Guard to build a containment boom around a toxic spill at a deep-water anchorage off English Bay and 13 hours before City authorities were notified. Now the City of...
Doug McKay - farmer OEB Energy East meeting Ottawa - Avery Zingel

Energy East meeting angers citizens over unanswered questions

TransCanada does not "actively participate" in Ontario's public consultations about its Energy East pipeline, a spokesperson said.

1.5M Litres and Counting: Volume of CNRL Tar Sands Seepage Growing

New figures released from the Alberta Energy Regulator show 1.5 million litres recovered so far.

AER Failing to Protect Public Interest, Communicate Openly on CNRL Cold Lake Spills

New report criticizes the Alberta Energy Regulator for mishandling ongoing CNRL spills near Cold Lake.

CNRL Cold Lake bitumen seepage hits 1.2 million litres

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 Cold Lake bitumen spill continues

“There is still bitumen coming up from the ground," a regulator says, despite company claims that the leak is under control.