Most of the province’s outrage following the Trans Mountain deal is focusing squarely on Justin Trudeau.
With a $4.5-billion purchase, Justin Trudeau is an oil man now.
Finance minister promises to bankroll project, but ignores questions about opposition on the ground
First Nations chief to investors: "Your company misinterprets Canadian law at your own peril."
Expanding the pipeline does not guarantee Canada will be able to sell its dirt-cheap crude in Asia
There are real costs associated with releasing more CO2 into the atmosphere. Here, we crunched some numbers.
Legal battle against pipeline heats up after reports that the Liberal government "rigged" the approval process.
“This pipeline will never be built,” say First Nation leaders in B.C.
Trudeau and Alberta premier Rachel Notley vow they will “eliminate investor risk" after Kinder Morgan threatens to scrap the project.
“We want to show that our land is our home.”
After 150 years of colonization, Canada is at a crossroads.
In the wake of an unprecedented win in North Dakota, we asked Indigenous and environmental groups what they see as the next key energy battlegrounds.