“I want to see a transparent process, one that isn’t punitive, where we don’t have to chase people for information. The fact that I only learned that he had been exonerated via an email from my journalist contact… This is systemically discouraging. It feels like gaslighting." - Ibi Kaslik
Canada's pipeline regulator, the National Energy Board, deleted an email from its server to avoid "undue embarrassment" to employees involved in an incident, says a newly-released report obtained by National Observer.
When Finance Minister Morneau delivered his Fall Economic Update in the third week of November he painted a rosy picture of Trans Mountain’s financial performance. What Morneau didn’t tell Canadians is that if he had included interest expense for the debt taken on to buy the pipeline, there is actually a loss.