In the wake of a damaging diesel fuel spill in Heiltsuk waters, Chief Marilyn Slett is calling on Justin Trudeau to come to Bella Bella and follow through on his promise to institute a north coast tanker ban.
On the eve of a federal court hearing into Site C Dam, the Treaty 8 Justice for the Peace Caravan is taking its message across Canada: It's time for the Trudeau govt to start keeping promises to First Nations.
With the Federal Court of Appeal overturning Enbridge's pipeline approval, Prime Minister Trudeau should now pull the plug on the project, once and for all, say Heiltsuk Nation leaders.
By approving Woodfibre LNG and refusing to cancel federal permits for Site C, the Trudeau government is showing that, when it really matters, its promises to First Nations and the environment are meaningless.
David Suzuki and Grand Chief Stewart Phillip will be at the BC Supreme Court in downtown Vancouver Monday morning to speak to media and support the Treaty 8 Stewards of the Land as they face an injunction application by BC Hydr...
Large group of First Nations, scientists, green groups calls on Trudeau to reject Petronas LNG project
A large group of First Nations, scientists, businesses and environmental groups is calling on Prime Minister Trudeau to reject Petronas' proposed LNG terminal for Lelu Island.
Chevron is digging in its heels, refusing to reroute its planned Pacific Trail gas pipeline to Kitimat to avoid conflict with the Unist'ot'en Resistance Camp on the Morice River.
While hereditary leaders of the Gitxsan Nation vow to sue the province over LNG pipeline permits, Squamish Nation council has conditionally approved Woodfibre LNG.
A claim by the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation on Lelu Island could sink Petronas' plans for an LNG terminal amid sensitive habitat in the Skeena Estuary.
The Tstartlip First Nation blasted Steelhead LNG today after the company unveiled an agreement with the neighbouring Malahat Nation to build an LNG terminal in Saanich Inlet without consulting Tsartlip.