Prince Rupert

Protesters ordered to stop construction at proposed LNG site near Prince Rupert

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C. — The Port of Prince Rupert has ordered opponents of a proposed liquefied natural gas plant to stop constructing a protest camp on Lelu Island on B.C.'s north coast. A notice...
Pacific NorthWest LNG

TransCanada OK'd for Prince Rupert pipeline for Petronas LNG

The 900-kilometre pipeline will link Montney gas fields to the planned Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal on Lelu Island near Prince Rupert.

B.C. government, Pacific NorthWest LNG reject reports of Petronas project delay

Federal election and environmental approval are the only wild cards holding up a proposed $36-billion liquefied natural gas plant, says minister.
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Summer LNG session a desperate move, say critics

'They threw this Hail Mary pass, it was caught, it landed and now they’re trying to deliver.' — Green Party MLA Andrew Weaver.
2015 to shape new liquefied natural gas industry, accroding to BC government

2015 to shape new liquefied natural gas industry, according to BC government

"We have enough natural gas to help fuel our world for the next 150 years," says Coleman.
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The rise of Lee Brain and oil pipeline critics as mayors in B.C.

What the..? moment for oil companies: the new mayors aren't big fans of controversial pipelines in their regions.

North Coast MLA worried sale of Ridley Terminals Inc. could mean more Canadian resources in foreign hands

Sale of Ridley Terminals Inc. could put more of BC's coast in the hands of foreign companies.

A call to transition to a post-oil world

In order to tackle climate change, a transition to the post-oil world is crucial, says Lee Brain, an oil executive's son who opposes the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

How the Enbridge pipeline issue unified Northern BC

One unexpected benefit from the Enbridge oil pipeline debate has been a united cause among Northern BC communities.

BC Premier Christy Clark hits the road to push mystery jobs plan

It's not clear what she'll do as economy shrinks and job growth sputters, but she's hinting at skills training, resource development and Asia Pacific trade.