A regulatory panel recommended the government approve pipeline construction through lands held by native peoples. Canada’s three-person panel said the potential $6.5 billion revenue outweighed environmental concerns and native property rights.
Canada's conservative government has put all its eggs in one basket, with its emphasis on oilsands development. With the recent largest rally in Washington to stop the Keystone pipeline, should Canada change its direction and diversify?
A battle continues intensifying over Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline which would transport Alberta tar sands oil to the Pacific coast of British Columbia, with opponents of the project noting “it’s going to be war.”
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A huge rally took to the streets on Saturday in British Columbia’s Prince Rupert, opposing Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline which would transport Alberta tar sands to Kitimat, primary access point along the province’s northwest coast.