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Keystone pipeline. Photo: shannonpatrick17/Flickr
Krystalline Kraus | No injuries were reported but the blast did shake residents and could be seen and felt as far as a reported 20 miles away.
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Bruce Campbell | Regulatory capture exists where regulation is routinely designed to benefit the private interest of the regulated industry at the expense of the public interest.
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Brigette DePape | It was inspiring to see the Council of Canadians Winnipeg chapter and the Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition present to Winnipeg City Hall this week on the risks of the Energy East pipeline.
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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 | The company behind the proposed Energy East pipeline is being investigated by the National Energy Board.
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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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Scott Harris | The announcement of the Auditor General's investigation into pipeline safety is a major victory for the network of groups in the province that has been pushing for an independent review.
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David Suzuki | The tragic rail disaster in Lac-Mégantic, recent floods in Alberta and Ontario and other events worldwide are raising questions about our rapid expansion of fossil fuel development and transport.