National Energy Board
Canada’s private security industry has grown four-fold since 1970 and this review shows what can go wrong when officials outsource political surveillance.
The case could set a precedent for how major Canadian energy projects are decided in the future.
Canadian Agency Tasked With Overseeing Pipelines Only Did Its Job Properly Half the Time, Audit Shows
Information was missing, documentation was not filed, and reporters were not finalized, Canada's environmental watchdog has learned.
Earlier this month, activists shut down Enbridge's controversial Line 9 not long after it was reversed to flow east to Montreal.
Canada started 2015 as pretty much just the worst and ended the year not quite the worst.
It's way too early to start thinking the tar sands is in permanent decline.
TransCanada, the same company that wants to build the Keystone XL and Energy East pipelines, has tallied more than 300 “reportable incidents,” including ruptures, leaks, fires, explosions, serious injuries, and one death, at its facilities since 2008.
Though there has been an increase, it’s still a small number of whistleblowers alerting Canada's National Energy Board to violations.
On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear a case brought forward by critics of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline who say their free speech rights been violated.
Can robots save Canada's aging pipeline infrastructure?
Canadians want their corporate coffee to be energy-company-free, eh?
If the threat of turning Eastern Canada into a fracked gas field has been partially mitigated through newly-legislated provincial moratoriums, the natural gas industry still has a particular pipe dream for the Maritimes' coastline.