pipeline

Climate activists lock themselves to door of Vancouver National Energy Board office

Some 25 activists led by 350Vancouver marched through the downtown core up to the regional office of the National Energy Board, where they presented a “People’s Injunction” notice. The...
Protesters and police in a stand-off on Burnaby Mountain. CP file photo

KINDER MORGAN HEARING: 35 drop out from speaking up at 'rigged' pipeline review

Dozens of participants have dropped out of the controversial National Energy Board review of Kinder Morgan's proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, saying they can no longer support a "biased"...
RCMP access request denied by Freda Huson

Conflict escalates as LNG pushes Unist'ot'en for land access

'We're blocking pipelines; we're not blocking everyone,' says Unist’ot’en Camp spokesperson Freda Huson.
A full-service Vancouver Tim Hortons, on Alberni Street.

Tim Hortons puts Tims TV under review following Enbridge ad controversy

The conflict showed the potential dangers of a brand as recognizable as Tim Hortons selling ad space to companies that could anger its customers.
orcas, killer whales, whales, habitat, LNG, oil spill, pipelines

Mixed reviews for LNG Canada project following environmental green light

Some stakeholders say 'yes,' but environmental groups say 'no.'
Mary Polak, BC Ministry of Environment, spill, response plan

Some skepticism following Minister's 'world-leading' spill response plan

According to the B.C. Ministry of Environment, the new land spill response plan will be "world-leading," but two local officials aren't too sure.
juvenile salmon, Lelu Island, Prince Rupert, LNG,

Natural Gas Minister, Grand Chief at odds on First Nations support of LNG project

'Virtually all' First Nations are on board with LNG project, says Coleman, but B.C.'s Grand Chief disagrees.
Uproot, art, Come Toast the Coast, Jericho Beach. Photo by Jessica Wilson

Art and environmental activism come together at beach fest

A giant salmon lantern made of found and waste materials is the lead-off to an evening of art, live music and information at Come Toast the Coast.
tweet, house of commons, ministers, Tim Hortons

OPINION: Conservative cabinet ministers shove Timmys around

Sitting cabinet ministers' tweets an attempt to force a coffee-and-doughnut emporium to host in-house advertising for oil pipelines.
Opinion: Keystone XL. Let's talk dirty.

Keystone XL. Let's talk dirty.

Many people will write me off as soon as they read the next sentence. I am a geologist, I am American and I have worked in the oil and gas business for the last 36 years.