A brief history as to why Northern Gateway is (still) dead

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: 2013. Whether you love Enbridge’s proposed Northern Gateway pipeline from Alberta’s oil sands to the British Columbia coast or hate it, it’s hard to argue that this pipeline will come to fruition in its current incarnation. Between a disastrous public relations campaign (who Photoshop’s out entire islands from an animation depicting the proposed Read more about A brief history as to why Northern Gateway is (still) dead[…]

The absudity of the pipeline debate

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: 2013. “The real risk is not regulatory rejection but regulatory approval, undermined by subsequent legal challenges and the absence of ‘social license’ to operate,” Jim Prentice, (then) CIBC executive and former Harper environment minister, on the reality of National Energy Board approval for Northern Gateway. In the greatest non-shock of recent political history, Read more about The absudity of the pipeline debate[…]