Chiefs urge Tiny House Warriors to end pipeline protest camp in B.C.’s central Interior

Chiefs of two First Nations in B.C.’s central Interior are urging anti-pipeline protesters to pack up and leave an uninvited encampment on their traditional territory.

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U.S. court rejects request to revive Keystone XL pipeline permit program

A U.S. appeals court on Thursday turned down the Trump administration’s request to revive a permit program for new oil and gas pipelines that

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Limits on gatherings make it a ‘great time to be building a pipeline,’ says Alberta energy minister

Alberta’s energy minister says it’s a good time to build a pipeline because public health restrictions limit protests against them. Sonya Savage made the

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Truck torched at Trans Mountain pipeline worksite in B.C.

The Mounties are investigating after a piece of heavy equipment on a Trans Mountain pipeline expansion worksite in British Columbia was found burned out by

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Enbridge makes deal to store oil in Mainline pipeline as oil glut grows

Enbridge Inc. said on Monday the Canadian pipeline operator has reached a deal with shippers to temporarily store crude oil in North America’s largest

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Keystone XL work should stop due to coronavirus concerns, pipeline opponents argue

Native American tribes and environmental groups pressured a federal judge on Thursday to shut down work on the disputed Keystone XL pipeline from Canada

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New setback for Keystone XL oil pipeline as U.S. court rules against new permit

A U.S. court on Wednesday ruled against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ use of a permit that allows new energy pipelines to cross

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Why Alberta is throwing billions behind the Keystone XL pipeline

With the energy sector still reeling from weeks of economic turmoil, Alberta’s United Conservative government announced Tuesday it is throwing its financial heft behind the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline. The

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Coastal GasLink pipeline construction to resume with draft accord set between chiefs, ministers

Work was expected to resume today on a natural gas pipeline in B.C. that has been at the centre of blockades disrupting both rail and road traffic

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As cost rises, support falls for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, survey finds

Support for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion across Canada has dropped to its lowest levels in nearly two years, according to a new survey

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