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Kinder Morgan panel report raises crucial questions for cabinet

The federal panel released its report this week, and it raises a series of crucial questions for the federal cabinet. Simply put, these questions make approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline impossible.
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Bella Bella Disaster a Reminder of the Need for a Strong Tanker Ban

The recent sinking of the Nathan E. Stewart tug near Bella Bella in the Great Bear Rainforest has underscored the urgency of a permanent, legislated oil tanker ban.
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Kinder Morgan report raises questions that make pipeline approval impossible

The report by the ministerial panel, released today by Natural Resources Canada, highlights the failures of the NEB process and raises a series of crucial questions for cabinet’s consideration.
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Band-Aid panel report can’t salvage flawed Kinder Morgan pipeline review

Sierra Club BC, Environmental Defence and Équiterre sent briefings to all MPs outlining the flaws that plagued the NEB review of Kinder Morgan.
Ministerial Panel On Kinder Morgan: Two Bad Processes Equal One Good One… Right?
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Solidarity with Heiltsuk Nation

Late last week the Nathan E Stewart ran aground in Heiltsuk First Nation traditional territorial waters releasing huge amounts of diesel oil into the water forcing an emergency closure of the Heiltsuk Nation’s seafood beds.

Letter to Premier Clark regarding diluted bitumen spills

We are writing today to urge you to follow the conclusions of the research on the effects of spilled bitumen which proves that spilled bitumen cannot be effectively recovered and therefore you must not approve the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline.
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Federal Approval of Petronas: A betrayal of salmon and climate

For months, we have been asking whether Prime Minister Trudeau would side with B.C.’s wild salmon and a liveable climate, or with foreign multinationals who just see B.C. as a place to exploit for profit.
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Kinder Morgan faces wall of opposition in BC

When the Canadian government decided to throw together last-minute public meetings on the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline during the height of summer, they seemed to hope that the meetings would float serenely under the radar.
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Petronas, fracking and Site C: the connection

The links between Petronas, fracking and Site C are becoming clear—and the news is troubling for taxpayers and our climate. British Columbians will be subsidizing the fracking industry through the construction of the Site C megadam.