|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The current dispute between Alberta, B.C., and Ottawa over the Trans Mountain pipeline is not a constitutional crisis, but it could turn into one.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Canada's Liberal government has approved two new pipelines from Alberta, saying they wouldn’t have done it without the Alberta NDP’s climate leadership efforts.|
A good day for Rachel Notley -- but you'd never know it with media and opposition in full-scale, unrestrained meltdownDavid J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has made headway on the Energy East Pipeline, and that’s something that never happened under any species of conservative.
|Blog Andrea Harden-Donahue | Pipeline politics has been on the uptick, reflecting growing opposition to tar sands development across Canada. Here is where the parties stand on four major proposed tar sands export pipelines.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Premier Jim Prentice intends to ensure the voices of Albertans are heard in Washington and New York. Some Albertans, that is, by some Americans.|
|Blog Brent Patterson | Will premiers address the "elephant in the room" of increased carbon emissions from massive pipeline projects?|
|Blog Brent Patterson | Will the falling price of oil affect the construction of the proposed Energy East, Trans Mountain, Northern Gateway and other pipelines?|
|Blog James MacGregor | Canada's democracy is eroding because of pipeline politics! There were 1,159 against and only two in favour of the Northern Gateway pipeline, so why was it approved?|