"We try to keep it fresh each year and bring in a special topic. This year, we have defensive driving," United Piping Vice President Mel Olson said.
“That’s an easy one,” Carr said in an interview with Global News, “cultural practices of indigenous peoples should be embedded in the work of the National Energy Board.”...
The following is in response to the letter Energy East raises energy, environmental concerns, which appeared in the Dec. 14 Nugget.
Fifty-four per cent of British Columbians polled said they support the federal government’s green-lighting of the Burnaby Mountain pipeline expansion, while 26 per cent opposed the project.
Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr has announced the appointment of three new temporary National Energy Board members to review TransCanada's Energy East pipeline.
The agreement includes a commitment by the operators of the Trans Mountain pipeline to provide direct benefits to the First Nation via employment, training, business opportunities and supporting infrastructure upgrades, according to a Kinder Morgan media release.