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Too close to home: Burnaby Mountain residents react to the Trans Mountain expansion approval

Residents fear the risks that may come with more oil tanks built below their mountain community — and some say they may leave if the expansion goes ahead.

Episode 447: Trans Mountain's tank farm, Facebook's cryptocurrency, corporate Pride, gig economy matchmakers and more

Living on top of Trans Mountain's tank farm, Facebook proposes a global currency, corporations embrace Pride and not everyone is GLAAD, Love Island comes to Canada, online dating spawns a gig economy of matchmakers, a workplace comedy set in an abortion clinic and more.



B.C. Premier John Horgan reacts to federal pipeline decision.

Premier John Horgan says he is disappointed by the approval of the Trans Mountain expansion.



B.C. Premier John Horgan's opinion of pipeline remains the same

Premier John Horgan says the Trans Mountain Pipeline continues to not be in the best interest of British Columbia.



Solberg: Alberta's oil patch unable to 'attract a nickel of investment,' despite federal cash promise

Monte Solberg, former Conservative cabinet minister from Alberta, says the federal funding for the province's energy sector is a bait-and-switch operation from the government because the investment is geared towards clean energy programs instead of creating opportunity for people within the oil patch. Solberg spoke with CBC News Network's Andrew Nichols from Calgary.

B.C. Indigenous group touring to advocate responsible mining, big energy projects

A group of Indigenous women is headed to Washington DC next week to elevate the importance of free, prior and informed consent from Indigenous people in big energy and industry projects.
Power & Politics

Carolyn Bennett vows government 'will do better' on duty to consult following Trans Mountain decision

A court decision to quash the Trans Mountain expansion project means the federal government must come up with a "better process" for consulting with First Nations, said Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations Carolyn Bennett.

B.C. politicians and business leaders greet Trans Mountain pipeline ruling with cheers and jeers

Business leaders and politicians have been quick to weigh in on the Federal Court of Appeal's ruling concerning the Trans Mountain pipleine expansion project.

With project in doubt, Kinder Morgan shareholders vote to sell Trans Mountain pipeline to Ottawa

Kinder Morgan Canada shareholders voted overwhelmingly Thursday to approve the sale of the Trans Mountain pipeline and expansion to the Canadian government for $4.5 billion shortly after a ruling from the Federal Court of Appeal that scuttles Ottawa's approvals to build the contentious project.

Trans Mountain pipeline could be in peril if appeals court sides with First Nations

A decision expected Thursday could determine the fate of the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and further define Canada's duty to consult with First Nations, experts say.



Camp Cloud is dismantled

Officials and police moved in to remove structures at the Kinder Morgan pipeline protest camp.

Youth leaders encourage AFN, candidates to stand against Kinder Morgan pipeline

As chiefs in Vancouver prepare to elect a national chief, the National Youth Council of the Assembly of First Nations is urging the chiefs and the assembly to take a stand against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline.

Why NDP MP Nathan Cullen said Trans Mountain purchase is 'biggest lemon in Canadian history'

Addressing the House of Commons on Monday, NDP MP Nathan Cullen accused the federal Liberal government of buying the "biggest lemon in Canadian history" when it agreed to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan.

As Trans Mountain changes hands, Coldwater couple not sure who will clean up lingering oil spill

It's been four years since Janice Antoine and Percy Joe learned the Trans Mountain pipeline had contaminated their land. Now they're wondering who to call about cleaning up the underground oil spill that went unnoticed for more than 40 years.

Spill at Kinder Morgan station near Kamloops, B.C. was larger than first stated by province

Ministry of Environment originally said the May 27 spill at the Darfield station was around 100 litres. In fact, it was 4,800, the company says.

Protesters greet PM at meeting with Trans Mountain pipeline's Indigenous-led oversight committee

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was greeted by dozens of protesters as he arrived at the Cheam Multiplex in the B.C. Fraser Valley for a meeting about the Trans Mountain pipeline.

Protesters rally across Canada over Trans Mountain pipeline decision

Rallies were held outside the offices of Liberal MPs across the country Monday, as people protested the federal government’s decision to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline.

Winnipeggers rally against Canada's buyout of Kinder Morgan pipeline

A Liberal MP in Winnipeg will meet with critics of the federal government's plan to buy the Kinder Morgan pipeline for $4.5 billion.



Is Trudeau’s pipeline buyout a betrayal?

By buying the Kinder Morgan pipeline, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has gone from climate activist to pipeline purchaser. The CBC’s David Common speaks with Khelsilem, elected councilor for Squamish Nation, on why he feels betrayed by Trudeau’s decision to nationalize the Trans Mountain pipeline.



Federal government to buy Trans Mountain pipeline | Sunday Scrum

The Liberal government announced this week that it is spending $4.5 billion to acquire 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.

At Issue: May 31

When Donald Trump imposed new trade tariffs against some of the U.S.' biggest allies, Justin Trudeau didn't take it lightly. Could this be the start of a major trade war? Plus, more on the federal Liberals' decision to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline project. Rosemary Barton hosts Andrew Coyne, Chantal Hébert and Althia Raj.

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr defends decision to buy Trans Mountain pipeline

The Canadian government’s announcement to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline from Texas oil giant Kinder Morgan sparked protests, questions and confusion among British Columbians.



Trudeau defends Trans Mountain purchase in QP

PM Justin Trudeau and NDP MP Nathan Cullen go toe to toe during Question Period over the government's $4.5 billion purchase of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline.



Opposition to pipeline still fierce in B.C.

Opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is still fierce in B.C., and some protesters say the government's decision to buy the project will only strengthen their resolve.