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Brent Patterson | If we can't talk about tar sands expansion and climate change at the NEB, where can we? Business as usual is not acceptable.
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Adam Scott | The NEB should force TransCanada to refile its bungled Energy East application.
News
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Steve Cornwell | The National Energy Board has softened its stance on water protection for Enbridge's Line 9. Is the deal done? No, far from it, says Canada's activist community.
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Meg Borthwick | The proposed Energy East pipeline poses risks to many Canadian communities. Here's why you should get the facts and get involved.
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Meg Borthwick | Enbridge's Line 9 pipeline has been approved by the National Energy Board leading to outrage among environmental activists across Canada, protests in Ontario and calls for an environmental assessment.
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Jesse McLaren | After restricting decision-making, ignoring tar sands and climate change, denying Indigenous sovereignty, minimizing risks and ignored green jobs, the NEB is using conditions to shift the debate
Podcast
Redeye Collective | On December 19, the National Energy Board recommended that the federal government approve Enbridge's pipeline subject to 209 conditions. We take a closer look at the ruling with lawyer Barry Robinson.
Podcast
Redeye Collective | Activists say the federal government has changed the process in order to head off a repeat of the hearings into the Northern Gateway pipeline, where 1,200 people are registering their opposition.
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Sonia Grant | As we await NEB's decision on the Line 9 reversal, new details about the devastating impacts of Enbridge's Kalamazoo River Spill raise questions about health impacts of exposure to spilled dilbit.
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Fred Wilson | How the NEB disregarded labour, ENGOs and First Nations, jobs and environmental concerns.