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'More was required of Canada': Ruling shows where Ottawa fell short with First Nations on Trans Mountain

As First Nation appellants celebrated their win at the Federal Court of Appeal on Thursday, they also pointed out the specific failures of the federal government's approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion as confirmed in the ruling.

'We are winning': Several B.C. First Nations celebrate Trans Mountain victory

Several B.C. First Nations are celebrating the Federal Court of Appeal's ruling this morning that quashed the approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, while other FIrst Nations still hold hope it will proceed.

5 arrested as Burnaby pipeline protest camp dismantled

Burnaby RCMP have started the process of evicting protesters from Camp Cloud, the protest camp set up in opposition to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

Trans Mountain deal fails to change Suncor position on Canadian competitiveness

The CEO of Suncor Energy Inc. says it will continue to avoid spending on large growth projects in Canada despite the federal government's move last week to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and the existing pipeline from Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd.

Why Trudeau and his Liberals are now the targets that Kinder Morgan once was

"There never should have been the need for the buyout. It is a crazy outcome to a crazy situation."

Notley, Singh, Horgan and the pipeline that sparked an NDP civil war

In short, being premier of Alberta trumps party ideology and partisan relationships, says political scientist Duane Bratt.

Rally held in Nova Scotia against Trans Mountain pipeline deal

A demonstration by about 80 people opposing the Trans-Mountain pipeline project unfolded outside a Halifax MP's office today. It was one of 100 similar rallies taking place across Canada.

2 Kinder Morgan Canada executives each get $1.5M bonus as part of Trans Mountain deal

A pair of executives at Kinder Morgan Canada have each been awarded $1.5-million retention bonuses in connection with the sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline to the Canadian government.

Calgarians for and against Trans Mountain pipeline purchase clash outside MP's office

Dozens of people opposed to the federal government's plan to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline protested outside Calgary MP Kent Hehr's downtown office on Monday — at times clashing with the project's supporters who at times outnumbered them.

No more 10-minute warnings for activists flouting pipeline injunction, says judge

Lawyers say protesters have been using the 10-minute period to avoid arrest while blocking the gates. Police will now be required to give a five-step warning before any arrest.

B.C. premier's 'very dangerous game' forced Ottawa to buy Trans Mountain pipeline, Calgary mayor says

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi was on a Toronto radio show Friday morning to defend the federal government's decision to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline.

If feds finish Trans Mountain, experts say buyers will come — but that's a hefty 'if'

Kinder Morgan has agreed to help the government try to find an alternative buyer over the next two months.

2 inconvenient facts make Energy East pipeline revival unlikely

Ottawa's bailout of the Trans Mountain pipeline has prompted a new outbreak of pipeline fever in New Brunswick, but the chances of the Energy East pipeline project rising zombie-like from the grave are remote at best.

Buying up Trans Mountain isn't ideal, but it's the right call, right now

Temporary federal ownership IS a credible way to overcome the unique political and regulatory risks created by B.C.

Buying and expanding Trans-Mountain pipeline not a violation of Indigenous rights, says minister

Ottawa's decision to buy the Trans-Mountain pipeline and push its expansion project forward does not violate its commitment to upholding Indigenous rights or its endorsement of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, says the Crown-Indigenous relations minister.

Saint John mayor calls on feds to revive Energy East after $4.5B Trans Mountain deal

Saint John Mayor Don Darling is calling on the federal government to revive the Energy East pipeline in light of its decision Tuesday to spend $4.5 billion to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline and save the contentious expansion to the B.C. coast.

Morneau to give speech in Calgary ahead of Kinder Morgan deadline

Finance Minister Bill Morneau is headed west next week with plans to give a speech to a Calgary business audience a day ahead of a deadline set by Kinder Morgan for its controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

Court throws out Trans Mountain pipeline challenge from City of Vancouver and Squamish Nation

B.C.'s Supreme Court has dismissed legal challenges to Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain expansion project from the City of Vancouver and the Squamish Nation.

B.C. premier has 'full and frank' conversations with western premiers but no consensus on pipeline

B.C. Premier John Horgan says "full and frank" conversations were had with his western counterparts at meetings in Yellowknife on a number of interprovincial issues, despite the continuing dispute with Alberta over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

'Rhetoric and hyperbole': Horgan fires back at finance minister over feds' Trans Mountain backing

The federal finance minister singled out John Horgan as he outlined measures Ottawa is taking to remove "politically motivated" investment risks related to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

Kinder Morgan CEO 'appreciates' Ottawa's offer to backstop pipeline delay costs

The CEO of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says he "appreciates" an announcement by Finance Minister Bill Morneau that the government will compensate investors in the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion if "unnecessary delays" cause costs to rise.

Trans Mountain is 'the kind of place to draw the line,' says environmentalist Bill McKibben

'The climate crisis has reached the point where we just don't have room for huge new flows of carbon into the atmosphere,' says the author of End of Nature, the first book on global warming for a general audience — but he has causes for hope.

Nenshi slams Horgan as 'one of the worst politicians' over pipeline opposition

Calgary's mayor is slamming the B.C. premier, the mayor of Vancouver and a former U.S. vice-president over opposition to Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion — and he’s not mincing words.

'Without water, nothing can survive': Coldwater band challenges Trans Mountain pipeline route

The Coldwater Indian Band says the planned route of the pipeline expansion poses an unacceptable risk to the sole source of drinking water for 90 per cent of people on the reserve.

Kennedy Stewart confirms he will run for mayor of Vancouver as independent

The NDP's Burnaby South MP will be stepping down to run as an independent to unite the city's left-wing parties.