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RCMP on sidelines as TransCanada bulldozes Wet’suwet’en land

A subsidiary of Calgary-based energy company TransCanada bulldozed through traplines and personal property from two different clans of the Wet'suwet'en Nation last week, while the RCMP enforced an interim injunction requested by the company so that it could proceed with construction. Some Wet'suwet'en members said the RCMP prevented them from entering their own territories. 

Seniors face oil and gas pension time bomb

The Bank of Canada and other key financial institutions are moving toward green disclosure practices, but none appear close to recently-recommended requirements for mandatory reporting on climate change risks to the economy that investors are hungry for.