TransCanada

Indigenous

Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs open gate to avoid RCMP confrontation

Members of the First Nation say they will take their fight over land rights in northern B.C. to court.
Hilary Beaumont
1.10.19
Unist’ot’en

Trudeau calls RCMP raid on Indigenous group ‘not an ideal situation’

Fourteen people were arrested in a police raid of a Wet'su'weten checkpoint in northern B.C. that was blocking pipeline construction.
Hilary Beaumont
1.9.19
energy politics

Judge halts construction of Keystone XL pipeline

A U.S. court blocked Trump's presidential permit, saying environmental analysis fell short of a ‘hard look’.
Hilary Beaumont
11.9.18
Pipeline project

TransCanada cancels its $15 billion Energy East pipeline

Low oil prices, regulatory hurdles and fears project would contaminate nearly 3,000 lakes and rivers seen as reasons for axing the plan.
Chris Arsenault
10.5.17
EXECUTIVE ORDERS

Trump issues executive order to move Dakota Access Pipeline forward

Donald Trump signed two executive orders advancing two controversial oil pipelines, the Dakota Access and Keystone XL.
Justin Ling
1.24.17
Drill Baby Drill

Trump stacks his cabinet with pro-Keystone XL picks

Meet the men in Trump's cabinet who are very excited to get Alberta oil to America
Hilary Beaumont
12.14.16
Indigenous

How energy companies woo First Nations on controversial projects

Contracts show how Enbridge and the Government of British Columbia are trying to get buy-in from Indigenous communities
Hilary Beaumont
11.30.16
climate

Canada approves two massive oil pipeline projects

While the Northern Gateway pipeline was rejected, there's still a long fight ahead
Dylan Robertson
11.29.16
Stuff

It Doesn’t Get More Embarrassing for Politicians Than the ‘I Love Oil Sands’ Campaign

Alberta and Conservative politicians want Justin Trudeau to whisper sweet nothings about the tar sands.
James Wilt
2.9.16
Stuff

West vs East Fight Over Energy East Pipeline Leaves Little Room for Adult Debate

Conservative politicians aren't taking too kindly to Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre's opposition to the Energy East pipeline.
James Wilt
1.25.16
News

Environmentalists Shouldn’t Take Pipeline Slowdown as a Win for Activism

It's way too early to start thinking the tar sands is in permanent decline.
James Wilt
11.6.15
News

Everything We Know About the Possible RCMP Raid on the Unist’ot’en Camp

The RCMP denies it was planning to send 200 officers into the camp for a mass arrest.
Julie Chadwick
9.1.15
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