|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The United Conservative Party has a lot of time for the rule of law -- but only when the law lets it enforce its own rules.|
|Blog Pamela Palmater | Canada has already decided that the Trans Mountain pipeline will be built, before ever talking to any impacted First Nations. This renders constitutionally protected Indigenous rights meaningless.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Why has no one from mainstream media picked up the phone and asked industry members of Alberta’s Oil Sands Advisory Group their thoughts on Tzeporah Berman’s work?|
|Blog Pamela Palmater | We cannot count on either federal or provincial governments to put the health of peoples, lands, waters, plants or animals ahead of the money to be made from the extractive industry.|
|Blog Pamela Palmater | Despite the fact that the Federal Court of Appeal quashed the decision in this instance, it also set up the conditions under which the federal government can approve the pipeline in the future.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The good news, if you're a believer in the Trans Mountain pipeline, is that the judgment of the Federal Court of Appeal in fact provides a roadmap for completing the project.|
|News Karl Nerenberg | The Federal Court of Appeal decision on Trans Mountain condemns a patronizing consultation process with First Nations. Can Trudeau correct that, and protect the B.C. coast?|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | This is how the rule of law works. If you don't like it, don't demand it.|
|Blog Brent Patterson | The Trudeau government appears intent and confident that after a short delay it can still proceed with the building of the Trans Mountain pipeline.|
Kinder Morgan's $771,000 donation to B.C. Liberals raises red flags while Premier shifts to damage controlAlyse Kotyk | The B.C. Liberals are under scrutiny for accepting significant donations from lobbyists, including those connected to the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project, sparking an RCMP investigation.
'We have never ceded our lands': First Nations in B.C.'s interior weigh impacts of Kinder Morgan pipelineAlyse Kotyk | Across B.C.'s interior, First Nations communities are deciding whether or not they will support Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline project through mutual benefits agreements.
|Podcast Redeye Collective | Climate activists and Indigenous representatives from across North America are gathering Saturday March 4 to talk about the fight against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline.|
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