Canada approves controversial Kinder Morgan oil pipeline | World news | The Guardian

Canada approves controversial Kinder Morgan oil pipeline

A Canadian court wrapped up a final hearing on Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd's (KML.TO) Trans Mountain crude oil pipeline expansion on Friday, a two-week proceeding that marks a major hurdle for the embattled project.

Sorry, Vancouver: The rest of Canada needs pipelines - The Globe and Mail

Sorry, Vancouver: The rest of Canada needs pipelines

After the Fort Mac fire, a frank talk is needed - The Globe and Mail The political and business leadership in Canada must grapple with the undeniable link between fossil fuels and a warming world

Sorry, Vancouver: The rest of Canada needs pipelines - The Globe and Mail

Sorry, Vancouver: The rest of Canada needs pipelines

After the Fort Mac fire, a frank talk is needed - The Globe and Mail The political and business leadership in Canada must grapple with the undeniable link between fossil fuels and a warming world

Alberta study touts environmental benefits of transporting oil by pipeline | Alb

Alberta study touts environmental benefits of transporting oil by pipeline

Pipeline protests won’t change decision to proceed, Notley says - The Globe and Mail

Pipeline protests won’t change decision to proceed, Notley says

Alberta Premier says environmental and indigenous opponents of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in British Columbia have a legitimate right to protest, but they do not hold a veto over the project and can’t kill it

Kellie Leitch Pledges To 'Lock Up' Unlawful Pipeline Protesters

Suspicion of immigrants is a Canadian value: Cole. Every politician from Macdonald to Leitch has been able to bank on significant support by distinguishing between British or Canadian values and those of everyone else (Toronto Star 15 September

Energy East still needed despite approval for western pipelines: N.B. premier |

FREDERICTON — New Brunswick’s premier says there’s still a strong need for the proposed Energy East pipeline despite the federal government’s approval of two pipeline expansions in western Canada.

Newly Approved Pipelines Prioritize Environment And Economy | Kent Hehr

Crude Oil Prices Crude Oil decreased USD& or to on Monday June 19 from in the previous trading session.

Army will deny easement, halting work on Dakota Access Pipeline - The Washington Post

Army Corps ruling is a big win for foes of Dakota Access Pipeline

Federal government moves to halt oil pipeline construction near Standing Rock Sioux tribal land

Non-peaceful pipeline protests will be met by police and military, federal minister tells Edmonton businesses | National Post

Non-peaceful pipeline protests will be met by police and military, federal minister tells Edmonton business leaders

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