Trans Mountain Pipeline

Schools along Kinder Morgan pipeline unprepared for disaster?

"So, basically, we're on our own," Wendy Major, a retired schoolteacher from Chilliwack, said.

Emotion mounts over feds' scramble for pipeline support in BC

Will 'Super Natural' BC be super unnatural BC after the feds get through with it? Some wonder...

Chief Ian Campbell: 'We're invisible in our own land'

Chief Ian Campbell of Squamish First Nation points out the locations where First Nations people lived along Vancouver's coast before colonization robbed them of most of their land. Campbell has a...

Tsleil-Waututh urges public to give equal attention to Kinder Morgan proposal

As hearings for Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline move to Vancouver this week, Tsleil-Waututh Nation is reminding citizens and their leaders that Kinder Morgan is planning an even larger pipeline...

Kinder Morgan takes issue with facts as Greens urge other parties to oppose pipeline expansion

While Green party leaders called for all political parties in Canada to come out against the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project on Wednesday, a representative from the company took issue with...

Burnaby MP asks what BC gets out of Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion

Burnaby-Douglas MP Kennedy Stewart is keeping a close eye on Kinder Morgan’s plans. The Trans Mountain pipeline goes right through his riding. He’s brought the issue up in the House of Commons and...

Kinder Morgan oil sands pipeline expansion plan said to pose risks beyond leaks and spills

While public and media scrutiny centers on oil spills and pipeline leaks, environmentalists are trying to broaden the picture to include the impact of using heavy oil on Vancouver's carbon footprint.

Kinder Morgan: Vancouver not ready for a major oil spill, experts warn

Vancouver would be woefully unprepared to face an oil sands tanker spill, federal regulators and experts say.

Southern Gateway: An American pipeline giant's plans for Vancouver

On a hot afternoon in July 2007, a worker started digging a new sewer line for the municipality of Burnaby, following instructions crafted from a chain of wrong assumptions. Before long, he punctured...

Pro-oil side M.I.A. at Board of Change pipeline panel

Panelists Rafe Mair, Rex Weyler and Art Steritt all agree on one thing: pipelines and tankers make no business sense for British Columbia.