The 900-kilometre pipeline will link Montney gas fields to the planned Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal on Lelu Island near Prince Rupert.
New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant is touting the TransCanada project as "safe" and "sustainable" despite the corporation's questionable record of pipeline accidents.
"No pipelines will cross our territory. We will protect our territories," yelled a Gitxsan leader at a northern LNG meeting, on the same day Premier Clark inked project agreement with Petronas.
PORT SIMPSON, B.C. — Members of a First Nation in northwestern British Columbia have rejected a $1.15-billion deal that would have paved the way for a liquefied natural gas terminal to be built in...
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“The NEB intervener status process in my opinion is completely anti-democratic," says Manitoba organic farmer and pipeline opponent Louise May.