oil sands

News

Canadian Oil Companies Might Be Emitting Way More Than Reported

A new study suggests oil sands carbon emissions could be as much as 64 percent higher.
Hilary Beaumont
4.23.19
environment

Everything you need to know about Canada's carbon tax battle

It will be a key issue in next year's federal election.
Hilary Beaumont
11.8.18
Pipeline politics

Trudeau government won’t appeal court decision that quashed Trans Mountain

Government relaunches consultations, but says First Nations won’t get a veto.
Hilary Beaumont
10.3.18
pipelines

Trudeau government sends Trans Mountain review back to National Energy Board

The new review is due before the Alberta election.
Hilary Beaumont
9.21.18
Indigenous

Court quashes approval of Trans Mountain Expansion

Federal Court of Appeal decision means Canada must consult further with First Nations
Hilary Beaumont
8.30.18
Indigenous

Is this the next Standing Rock?

We embedded with the Tiny House Warriors as they fight Justin Trudeau's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Hilary Beaumont
6.13.18
Kinder Morgan pipeline

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.
Vanmala Subramaniam
5.29.18
Economy

Here’s How Canada’s Oil Sands Could Collapse by 2030

Alberta's bitumen may be obsolete much sooner than you think.
Geoff Dembicki
8.14.17
oil sands

Foreign oil and gas companies are fleeing Canada due to low prices

"The only people buying oil sands reserves are Canadian operators."
Vanmala Subramaniam
8.1.17
News

100 Indigenous Nations in US and Canada Join Forces in Opposition of Pipeline Expansion

Standing Rock's Sioux Tribe, the Union of BC Chiefs, and many more Indigenous leaders signed a treaty to prevent expansion of the tar sands.
Hilary Beaumont
9.23.16
Stuff

Boomtown Bust: How the Sputtering Oil and Gas Industry Is Destroying Men

Men are falling behind in one Canadian oil town, and not surprisingly, they aren't handling it well.
Jack Urwin
4.26.16
Stuff

Alberta is Still Slaughtering Wolves Because It Doesn’t Know How To Say ‘No’ to Industry

The government has commissioned the killing of well over 1,000 wolves in the past decade.
James Wilt
2.26.16
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