Canada's energy regulator will tell the federal government this week whether it still thinks the Trans Mountain pipeline should be expanded, but cabinet's final say on the project's future is still several months away.
Work on a Trans Mountain pipeline crossing in a British Columbia stream has destroyed salmon habitat, raising concerns about the Crown corporation's ability to build infrastructure through waterways if the expansion project proceeds, a scientist says.
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.
The National Energy Board is accepting comments on whether it should consider all climate-related impacts of the proposed Trans Mountain oil pipeline and tanker expansion in its latest review of the project.
A Crown attorney has asked a Federal Court judge to dismiss a case raised by an employee at Canada's pipeline regulator, who alleges that someone tampered with his written test for a new job at a different department.
An employee at the National Energy Board who alleges he was a victim of workplace violence has taken the federal government to court, accusing officials of tampering with an exam he wrote when he applied for another public service job.
A Vancouver-area First Nation's decision to support the Woodfibre LNG project may have come as a surprise to some, considering the nation's role in helping to derail the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion earlier this year.