The Trudeau honeymoon is certifiably over.
Contracts show how Enbridge and the Government of British Columbia are trying to get buy-in from Indigenous communities
The Gitga'at First Nation would be "shocked" and "disappointed" at an approval.
One of the chiefs admits he received money from the oil company.
Canada's Federal Court of Appeal has overturned the government's approval of the project on the grounds that it did not properly consult Indigenous communities that would be affected.
Canada's prime minister is facing provincial pushback on both carbon pricing and a major pipeline proposal.
A British Columbia judge has found three companies, including one run by two Haida leaders, guilty of 20 counts of destroying land and key fish habitats through logging activities carried out in 2010.
The question is whether Justin Trudeau will continue the previous Conservative government’s agenda of extraction and pipeline construction. Based on the Liberals’ campaign promises, Canada is not about to see a complete 180.
Approved in June 2014, Northern Gateway is one of the most controversial pipelines in Canada. A letter obtained by VICE News offers a behind the scenes glimpse of dealings before the approval.
The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association is accusing Canada's spy agency and the national police of illegally spying on environmental and First Nations groups who were organizing against the Northern Gateway pipeline.
Alberta's premier-elect Rachel Notley reassures the industry she will work in partnership with the province's key job creators.