Indigenous group raises alarm over potential RCMP raid in northern B.C.

The group from the Wet’suwet’en Nation is blocking construction of the TransCanada Coastal GasLink pipeline.


Trudeau government sends Trans Mountain review back to National Energy Board

The new review is due before the Alberta election.


Trudeau government buys Trans Mountain pipeline for $4.5 billion

The massive project to get Canadian oil to the west coast has faced stiff opposition from First Nations, the BC government, and environmentalists.


Trudeau government silent on risk from Trans Mountain protests

Finance minister promises to bankroll project, but ignores questions about opposition on the ground


RCMP files say "violent aboriginal extremists" are undermining pipeline plans

This is what Carleton University researchers learned from police documents on government surveillance of Indigenous activists.


Why First Nation chiefs sign Trans Mountain pipeline deals

While Kinder Morgan equates benefit agreements to consent, chiefs say they are not.


First Nation wants Trudeau government to release secret Trans Mountain documents

Legal battle against pipeline heats up after reports that the Liberal government "rigged" the approval process.


Husky Energy is on trial for spilling 225,000 litres of oil into a river

The company could face a fine of $1 million and other charges during a court battle in Saskatchewan.


Big Oil’s Business Model Could Be on the Verge of Failing

What happens when demand for oil peaks and starts to fall?


Liberals announce big changes to environmental reviews for pipelines and mines

Green Party leader calls the shift a "hybrid merger of Harper and Trudeau"


What We Know About the Massive Hydroelectric Dam BC Just Approved

First Nations are gearing up to block construction in court.