TOPIC: TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE EXPANSION
TC Energy reports Q4 loss due to rising costs of Coastal GasLink
TC Energy Corp. expects to be able to indicate this summer whether it will complete the Coastal GasLink pipeline by its end-of-year target or not.
Cost of Coastal GasLink pipeline project continues to rise, says TC Energy
TC Energy Corp. is expecting what it calls a "material increase" in the cost of its Coastal GasLink pipeline project.
B.C. adds conditions for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion as concerns remain over spill-response plans
British Columbia has amended the conditions of its environmental assessment certificate for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and told the federal government it still has concerns about its response to potential marine oil spills.
By invoking the Emergencies Act, Trudeau tries to seize a new crisis
This was not a “just watch me” moment. Even if another prime minister named Trudeau will now own the implications of another unprecedented attempt to come to grips with a new crisis.
21-day Trans Mountain shutdown shows vulnerability of B.C. fuel supply, chief pipeline engineer says
After the longest shutdown in its 70-year history, the Trans Mountain pipeline restarted Sunday, but won't be at full capacity or pressure until January, according to engineers.
Alberta Utilities Commission investigators want probe of ATCO dealings on TMX camps
The provincial utilities commission alleges ATCO Electric deliberately overpaid a British Columbia First Nation by millions for work on a new transmission line in order to secure lucrative contracts providing construction camps for the Trans Mountain Expansion oil pipeline project.
Kenney says longtime activist's appointment as environment minister sends 'very problematic' message
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says the federal government's choice of longtime environmental activist Steven Guilbeault for minister of environment and climate change Tuesday sends a "very problematic" message to the province.
Treetop camp protesting Trans Mountain pipeline dismantled
A treetop camp standing in the way of a multi-billion dollar pipeline expansion project has been dismantled following a court ordered injunction against demonstrators.
Activists confront Singh over NDP's environmental stance on Fairy Creek, TMX
NDP Leader Jagmeet was challenged by a small group of young environmentalists on Thursday following a media availability in Toronto over his positions on old-growth logging at Fairy Creek in B.C. and the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Treetop activists fear removal after Trans Mountain erects fences, cuts trees
Anti-pipeline protesters in the Brunette River Conservation Area in Burnaby, which sits on the path of the planned pipeline expansion, worry their treetop vigil might be coming to an end.
Trans Mountain pipeline tries to override Burnaby to gain permits for clearing 86 trees
This is in addition to more than 1,300 trees in Metro Vancouver that the Canada Energy Regulator has already let Trans Mountain cut down.
Thomas Berger, lawyer who fought for groundbreaking Indigenous land claims, dead at 88
The former B.C. Supreme Court judge, politician and lawyer, best known for his work to recognize Indigenous land claims, died Wednesday after a battle with cancer.
Trans Mountain pipeline construction ordered paused in B.C. bird nesting area
Environment and Climate Change Canada has ordered a temporary halt to the construction of a segment of the pipeline through a forest in Burnaby, B.C.
Trans Mountain pipeline expansion will lead to $11.9B in losses for Canada, study says
A new study from researchers in B.C. estimates that Canada will lose $11.9 billion because of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, but some industry experts question that conclusion.
Vancouver demonstration over jailing of pipeline protester ends with 4 arrests
Four people have been arrested after Indigenous youth temporarily blocked and forced the shutdown of a major Vancouver intersection to protest a 90-day jail sentence handed to an anti-pipeline protester.
Keyera shares fall after reporting 23% increase in cost of delayed pipeline
Shares in Keyera, the Calgary-based energy handling and processing company, fell by as much as 9.4 per cent to $23.99 on Wednesday after saying its proposed pipeline's cost was adjusted higher because of increased competition from other pipelines being built in Western Canada.
Why there's now a push to secure the future of Enbridge's Line 5 pipeline
American politicians' environmental objectives are threatening the future of Line 5, making it the latest project in the spotlight during ongoing discussions about North American energy co-operation.
Oilpatch cautiously optimistic as 4th-quarter results set to roll out
Canada's oil and gas producers are expected to maintain spending discipline in 2021 as optimism from stronger oil prices is offset by fears of weak demand due to new strains of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Trans Mountain ends contracts with 2 companies on halted expansion project
Two companies hired to work on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project have had their contracts terminated.
OPINION | On COVID-19, Jason Kenney refuses to take responsibility
The man who demands you take personal responsibility for your health in a pandemic refuses even the smallest measure of it for himself or his government.
5 arrested after standing in way of Trans Mountain pipeline construction in B.C. Interior
Five people including a Secwepemc hereditary chief and his daughter have been arrested after standing against construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project on Secwepemc territory in Kamloops, B.C.
Burnaby tree-sitters claim victory in protest against Trans Mountain pipeline
Opponents say they have been successful in delaying the completion of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, but the company says they will meet the target date of December 2022.
International Federation of Journalists urges Canada to guarantee access after Danish journalist denied entry
The International Federation of Journalists, along with three unions representing journalists, are calling on the Canadian government to guarantee freedom of information after a Danish journalist was denied entry to the country.
Suncor CEO encouraged by Trans Mountain pipeline, less sure of Keystone XL's completion
Suncor CEO Mark Little was encouraged about the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project, which recently cleared a major court hurdle. About the prospects of Keystone XL, Little sounded less optimistic.
Sunday Scrum: Ottawa parts ways with WE Charity
CBC News Network's Sunday Scrum panel is your destination for frank discussion and analysis of the week's big political stories. This week: Our panellists discuss the parting of ways between the Liberal government and the WE Charity after the announcement of a controversial contract.