Alberta is saying all the right things about the proposed Energy East project, while liberal governments of Ontario and Quebec continue to play coy despite Justin Trudeau's voiced support of the pipeline.


TransCanada Corp.’s US$15-billion appeal of President Barack Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline raises an important question: Who pays for social licence?


In mid-March, Trudeau plans to meet with premiers and territorial leaders to devise a national climate-change strategy. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall could prove to be an opposing force.


An Ontario first nation is taking its fight against a controversial pipeline that runs through one of Canada’s most populous corridors to the country’s top court.


The Canadian oil industry entered 2016 on a hopeful note as a number of key story lines hinted at better days to come. Here are the top 3 Canadian oil stories to watch in 2016.


The premiers of Alberta and Manitoba agreed Friday to co-operate on energy efficiency and climate change, but there’s no firm commitment yet on Manitoba’s support for the proposed Energy East pipeline.


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