northern gateway bc
The government failed to properly consult two First Nations bands, court ruled.
VANCOUVER - Resigned, perhaps, that federal government approval of the Northern Gateway pipeline is inevitable, opponents
Stephen Harper can approve the Northern Gateway proposal, but that doesn't mean it will ever be built. With 130 First Nations and two-thirds of B.C. voters vote against it, Enbridge has no clear legal or democratic avenue to proceed. But approving oil tankers on the North Coast would have one sure result: it would inflict serious damage to the Conservatives in B.C.
Attitudes in B.C. to the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline are changing, at least according to a new survey released
"We think it's quite positive, actually, that we're seeing some good collaboration between the provinces. I think it shows
Albertans may be warming up to the idea of giving B.C. a chunk of the revenues if it means getting the go-ahead for the proposed
Members of a First Nations group in northern B.C. are warning Enbridge against trespassing on their lands for work along
CALGARY - The CEO of Enbridge Inc. said Wednesday he's willing to work with the B.C. government to allay doubts it has about
EDMONTON - Alberta hasn't given up hope for the proposed Northern Gateway oilsands pipeline despite the B.C. government's
VANCOUVER - Lawyers for the provincial government wrapped up their cross-examination of company experts at the Northern Gateway