Topic: kinder morgan

Q&A

New Calgary Chamber of Commerce president hopes to break through negative noise

Sandip Lalli took over the top chamber job in March, and has since weighed in on several major business issues.

Bill to limit oil exports to B.C. no bluff, Alberta energy minister says

Alberta Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd says a new bill giving her the power to limit oil exports isn’t a bluff, despite what the attorney general of British Columbia suggests.

B.C. government denies Trudeau's claim it has been silent on Trans Mountain environmental demands

The B.C. government is denying Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's claim that it has been mum on how Ottawa should reinforce environmental protections.

B.C. threatens to sue Alberta as all sides in Trans Mountain dispute dig in

British Columbia's attorney general is threatening to sue if a new law introduced in Alberta causes gasoline prices in B.C. to skyrocket.

House of Commons holding emergency debate on Trans Mountain

The House of Commons has agreed to hold an emergency debate Monday night on the Trans Mountain pipeline predicament.

Alberta unveils bill that could wreak havoc on B.C. gas prices in trade war

Bill 12, titled Preserving Canada’s Economic Prosperity Act, gives the Alberta government the ability to retaliate against the B.C. government for any delays to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, by driving up gas prices or slapping restrictions on shipments of other energy products.

Special prosecutors to handle federal MPs' cases after anti-pipeline protest arrests

Crown prosecutors have agreed to take on proceedings against nearly two dozen anti-pipeline protesters in B.C. — including those of federal MPs Elizabeth May and Kennedy Stewart — and will determine whether or not the politicians will be charged criminally.

Anti-pipeline leaders restate resistance to Trans Mountain pipeline project

First Nations leaders and city officials in Burnaby, B.C., say opposition to Kinder Morgan will only grow in the wake of Justin Trudeau's promise to ensure the pipeline will be built.

Notley gains more federal backing as Trans Mountain deadlock wears on

In a crucial meeting about the Trans Mountain expansion in Ottawa today, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley received renewed commitment from the federal government and continued pushback from B.C. Premier John Horgan — a sign the deadlock over the project is far from being resolved.

Manitoba premier calls on 'so-called leaders' in B.C. to get out of way of Trans Mountain Pipeline

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister called out the government of British Columbia over its opposition to the Trans Mountain Pipeline after the company building it announced it is suspending construction.

Business leaders urge Ottawa to end Trans Mountain impasse

Some of Canada's most influential business leaders are urging the federal government to get the Trans Mountain pipeline built, warning that the impasse is casting a shadow over Canada's reputation as safe place to invest.

B.C. business leaders announce campaign in support of Trans Mountain pipeline

Representatives of eight B.C. business associations say they're concerned that Canada's reputation as a safe place to invest is at risk.
Opinion

Trans Mountain and the slow western break from Confederation

"For industry, the failure of Trans Mountain would be a clear indication that Canada is the equivalent of a prevaricating, Third World nation." Jen Gerson on credibility conflicts and threats to Confederation.
Opinion

Insuring a pipeline: Kinder Morgan faces risks that only government can address

Trevor Tombe is a University of Calgary economist and a member of the Alberta Market Access Task force, which provides advice to government for promoting market access for the province’s oil and gas.

Pipeline protesters including MPs Elizabeth May, Kennedy Stewart should face criminal charge: judge

The politicians were arrested after joining a protest against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline project in Burnaby, B.C., last month.