Canadian Regulator Greenlights Controversial Kinder Morgan Pipeline — If it Offsets Carbon Emissions
The National Energy Board decision on the west coast project, which has provoked mass protests and arrests, is a major notch in the Liberal government's plan to approve a pipeline that would move Alberta oil to international markets.
The Town That Hates Pipelines — How Canada’s Energy Future Hit a Wall in Burnaby
In this city in British Columbia, even the fire department is fighting a massive pipeline project. In an environment where Keystone XL is dead, this may be the Alberta oilsands' last chance to move oil west.
Three Protesters Are Facing Criminal Charges After Anti-Pipeline Sit-In in British Columbia
“Let us in! Let us in!” the women chanted as they were pinned against the wall and handcuffed outside the ballroom of a Burnaby hotel, where Canada’s National Energy Board is considering Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline proposal.