Oil - Pipelines

17/11/17
Author: 
Gloria Galloway
Wood Buffalo National Park was created in 1922 to protect one of the last remaining free-roaming northern bison herds in the world.  WOOD BUFFALO NATIONAL PARK

Canada's largest national park – established 95 years ago to protect the last herds of northern bison – is deteriorating and faces significant threats from climate change and industrial development, says an international agency that monitors world heritage sites.

The International Union on the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), which is based in Switzerland and was established in 1948 to encourage conservation and natural diversity, released a World Heritage Outlook report this week that examines the condition of ecologically important sites around the globe.

17/11/17
Author: 
Mike De Souza

Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna helped bring more than 25 new governments on board for a Canadian and British push to power past coal on Thursday at international climate change talks.

17/11/17
Author: 
The Canadian Press

CALGARY — TransCanada Corp. said its Keystone pipeline has leaked an estimated 795,000 litres of oil in Marshall County, S.D. just days before Nebraska is set to decide the fate of its Keystone XL pipeline

The company (TSX:TRP) said its crews shut down the Keystone pipeline system early this morning between Hardisty, Alta. to Cushing, Okla, and a line to Patoka, Ill. and that the line is expected to remain shut while it responds to the spill.

08/11/17
Author: 
Climate Convergence Metro Vancouver

Want some more skills when confronting Kinder Morgan? Here are some upcoming training sessions to help you out. [More details in events]

08/11/17
Author: 
Peter McCartney

Who do these Texas cowboys think they are?


Here in BC, we have rules — and when Kinder Morgan installed snow fencing in seven BC streams to prevent salmon from spawning this fall, they stomped on them.

08/11/17
Author: 
Mike De Souza
Federal Justice Minister and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks to reporters in Ottawa on April 13, 2017. File photo by The Canadian Press

The Trudeau government will be on the sidelines in late November as a Kinder Morgan executive is cross examined over his allegations that the City of Burnaby was deliberately delaying permits to block the Texas-based company's west coast pipeline expansion project, the National Energy Board said late on Monday.

03/11/17
Author: 
BC Government

The provincial government will appear before the National Energy Board (NEB) on constitutional issues relating to Trans Mountain work at the Burnaby and Westridge marine terminals.

Trans Mountain is asking the NEB to approve commencement of terminal work, notwithstanding that Trans Mountain has not obtained preliminary plan approvals under Burnaby’s zoning bylaw or a tree-cutting permit under Burnaby’s tree bylaw, as currently required by conditions on federal approvals of the project.

02/11/17
Author: 
First Nations Leaders

From: Sarah Beuhler <sbeuhler@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 9:29 AM
Subject: [km_strategy] New email tool to tell the NEB to stay firm and not give in to Kinder Morgan bullying
 

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