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Enbridge Pipeline

The pipeline ruptured, sparking a massive blaze.
"Those are our relatives in Standing Rock.''
The government promised a decision will come "soon."
Canadian pipeline capacity is maxed out, but will we ever need more?
Give it time, they said. It's changed, they said.
The pipe was shut down for approximately three hours on Monday.
First Nations, environmental groups and a union are asking the court to quash the decision.
Eighteen lawsuits, including ones brought by our clients, have been filed and consolidated in to one mega-hearing that begins in Vancouver on Thursday. In the courtroom, Enbridge and the federal government will be up against steadfast, unwavering opposition from a diverse set of interest that includes First Nations communities, environmental groups and organized labour
Alliance says it's flaring the affected gas within the confines of a compressor station in Saskatchewan.
A new music video featuring the music of Kinnie Starr has stop-motion wood carved characters confronting Prime Minister Stephen