“The greatest hope the government can have is they neutralize this topic. Imagine if a multinational gets ownership of the pipeline, or an indigenous consortium. The indigenous (option) is way less provocative,” said Ken Coates, professor of public policy at University of Saskatchewan.
“While these effects weighed heavily in the NEB’s consideration of project-related marine shipping, the NEB recommends that the government of Canada find that they can be justified in the circumstances, in light of the considerable benefits of the project and measures to minimize the effects.”Read more
OTTAWA – The Canadian federal government is set to become the official owner of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion after failing to quickly flip the project to […]Read more
Edmonton, Alberta, CA 04/20/2018 As the battle between British Columbia and Alberta over the completion of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project continues to brew, […]Read more
“The Trans Mountain expansion is a vital strategic interest to Canada − it will be built.”Read more