Assessing the risks of Kinder Morgan's proposed new Trans Mountain pipeline - Conversations for Responsible Economic Development
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The National Energy Board just gave approval to the Kinder Morgan pipeline. Now, only Prime Minister Trudeau has the power to stop the pipeline. Kinder Morgan is planning to build a new bitumen-based oil pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby – pumping almost o
A former premier says a "North Dakota type of insurrection" is a possibility in Canada.
The immediate focus was the proposed expansion of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline
Final approval of the $6.8-million Trans Mountain expansion project, Jan. 11, sets in motion plans to start laying physical pipe, promising another round of polarized debates heading into the May election.
A protest against Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in Vancouver Saturday could be a preview of demonstrations to come, says Vancouver Mayor Gregor Roberston.
Economist Robyn Allan has a penchant for details. The former president and CEO of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia also sees the benefits of informed decision-making, which is why Allan recently wrote a myth-busting letter to federal minister