Pipelines and Supertankers
The BC Liberal government has come out in opposition to Kinder Morgan's proposed pipeline expansion to Burnaby, stating that the company has failed to meet the province's five conditions.
If Justin Trudeau is serious about a "fresh start" with Obama and the US, then he better not shed too many tears over their killing of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Another 35 intervenors have abandoned ship on the NEB's highly-criticized review of Kinder Morgan's proposed pipeline expansion.
Prominent British Columbians slam the premiers' "Canadian Energy Strategy" - designed to push through controversial pipelines.
Despite a lingering mess on the Kalamazoo River long after Enbridge's 2010 oil spill, the company got off easy in its settlement with the State of Michigan.
With $50 oil, the Canadian industry is slashing its production forecast by 1.1 million barrels/day.
On the heels of 1,000-litre diesel spill in Vancouver, BC Environment Minister Mary Polak admitted BC is not ready for a major oil spill.
Unifor, a major Canadian union which represents energy workers, is opposing the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion, calling it "all risk and no gain for British Columbians."
Environmental assessments in Stephen Harper's Canada make a mockery of democracy while wasting millions of your tax dollars...so why not just scrap them, asks Rafe Mair.
From the NDP's win in Alberta to BC buying back coal licences and even Charles Koch acknowledging global warming, there is reason for hope that real change is coming, says David Suzuki.