A copy of the Council of Canadians' submission to the NEB modernization panel demanding structural reforms in relation to conflict of interest, public interest and the NEB's role as a regulator.
During Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's tour stop in Fredericton, Grand Chief Ron Tremblay and Council of Canadians New Brunswick Energy East campaigner Mark D'Arcy asked him hard hitting questions on UNDRIP and Energy East.
The federal government just appointed 3 new NEB board members to take on the Energy East hearings. We can expect news on the hearing soon.
The Montreal chapter of the council of Canadians joined over 200 people gathered in downtown Montreal this morning in front of the National Energy Board proceedings on the proposed Energy East pipeline project.
Major Husky energy oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River on July 21st and the closure of drinking water intakes for the cities North Battleford and Prince Albert.
This blog is a reproduction of The Council of Canadians' submission to the Government of Canada's Climate Consultation focusing on publicly owned and community owned renewable energy as well as the threats of free trade agreements to climate action.
Learn about four Energy East review process and how you can participate.
OTTAWA – The Council of Canadians deployed a 10-foot inflatable elephant outside of Victoria Hall where federal, provincial and territorial Environment Ministers are meeting today to discuss a national climate plan. With a banner “New Pipelines? Old Ideas,” the group representing over 100,000 Canadians reminded Premiers that climate action means ending new fossil fuel infrastructure like oil pipelines and expansion in the Alberta tar sands.
Two years ago today, TransCanada’s pipeline in Otterburne, Manitoba ruptured and exploded sending flames hundreds of metres into the winter skies.
The pipeline was found to have ruptured due to a faulty weld created when it was built in 1960. The fatally flawed weld was not detected by any of TransCanada’s inspections over the last 54 years.