Transcanada Pipelines

Spy Watchdog's Links To Big Oil Spark Complaint

CP | Jim Bronskill, The Canadian Press | Posted 09.29.2014 | Canada Business

OTTAWA - A civil liberties group is objecting to Canada's spy watchdog assigning Yves Fortier to investigate alleged spying on environmental activists...

Critics Ask Why The Rush At Pipeline Hearings

CP | Bob Weber, The Canadian Press | Posted 08.23.2014 | Canada Alberta

EDMONTON - Critics of a proposed pipeline project from the Fort McMurray region to Edmonton want to know why the province's energy regulator seems det...

Good For His Government's Pocketbook

CP | The Canadian Press | Posted 10.01.2013 | Canada Alberta

SASKATOON - Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says a proposed pipeline that would move oil from Western Canada to the East Coast would bring many benefit...

Why Alberta Still Needs Keystone

CBC | Posted 10.01.2013 | Canada Alberta

TransCanada Corp.’s decision to forge ahead with its Energy East pipeline does not signal the company is losing faith that its Keystone XL line to t...

Tony Clement vs. David Suzuki

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 04.04.2013 | Canada Politics

Tony Clement says David Suzuki and other environmentalists are again standing in the way of building public support for pipelines. The Ontario MP a...

TransCanada 'We Won't Make That Mistake Again'

CP | Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press | Posted 02.16.2013 | Canada Business

CALGARY - TransCanada Corp. is changing the way it tackles new projects, having learned the hard way how politics can affect construction schedules an...

$3 Billion Partnership For New Pipeline Project

CP | Lauren Krugel, The Canadian Press | Posted 12.29.2012 | Canada Alberta

CALGARY - TransCanada Corp. has entered a partnership with a Chinese-owned company to build a new $3-billion oilsands pipeline in Northern Alberta, pu...

Keystone Kops Will Ruin America's Economy

Diane Francis | Posted 01.16.2012 | Canada Business
Diane Francis

Obama's decision to postpone Canada's Keystone pipeline strands the oil sands indefinitely and shuts it out of the U.S. market for years, if not forever. It's being billed as a temporary setback, but it's a major and devastating development.