Canada was in court again defending its controversial Trans Mountain expansion project this week.
The report brings Justin Trudeau’s government one step closer to building the pipeline.
It will be a key issue in next year's federal election.
Government relaunches consultations, but says First Nations won’t get a veto.
The new review is due before the Alberta election.
But the multi-billion expansion has hit a huge roadblock.
Secwepemc land defenders’ fight to block the Trans Mountain expansion with tiny houses has just begun.
Protests disrupted the meeting with Chief Ernie Crey, a vocal pipeline proponent
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