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Mark Calzavara | The National Energy Board is taking it on the chin again in another critical audit of its performance as Canada's pipeline regulator by the federal commissioner of the environment.
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Brent Patterson | First Nations leaders have written to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to ask that his government fulfill its pledge to overhaul the review and assessment process for tar sands export pipelines.
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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians has joined with other public interest groups to call on Ontario to reject the proposal to bury 200,000 cubic metres of radioactive waste near Lake Huron.
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Ole Hendrickson | A federal environmental assessment panel has just released its report approving a proposal to bury nuclear waste on the shores of Lake Huron, next to the world's largest inland water ecosystem.
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The audience at the Council of Canadians public forum against the Energy East pi
Brent Patterson | The first of the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) public consultations on the Energy East pipeline took place in Kenora and Thunder Bay last week. People in attendance raised questions about the impacts.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Preliminary assessments of four reports commissioned by the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) from technical advisers are now available. Here's a 'good,' 'bad' and 'ugly' preliminary assessment.
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Wynne and Couillard announce their conditions on the Energy East pipeline. Photo
Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians is pleased that Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne has agreed with the Quebec government on stringent conditions for the proposed Energy East pipeline project.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | From victories in South Portland to briefings on TransCanada's Energy East pipeline safety and new analysis, here are some updates from the Energy East campaign.
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Stephen Leahy | A moratorium on any new oil sands expansion is imperative given Canada's failure to properly assess the total environmental and climate impacts, experts say in the prestigious science journal Nature.
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Lana Goldberg | A coalition of grassroots groups have received confirmation from 67 provincial candidates in Ontario that, if elected, they would conduct an environmental assessment on the Line 9 pipeline.
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John Riddell | The Toronto City Council struck a blow to the NEB-approved project Line 9B when they voted in favour of asking Ontario to conduct a comprehensive environmental assessment.
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various | This is an open letter to the Ontario Liberal government urging them to conduct an environmental assessment on Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline.