The Canadian proponent of the $10-billion Keystone XL crude pipeline says it remains committed to the project despite a Montana judge's ruling that it must pass a further environmental review. The Trudeau government, meantime, says it is "disappointed" about the news.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Thursday it could cost "billions of dollars” to break a contract providing light armoured vehicles to Saudi Arabia but the government is looking at that option to assert Canada’s commitment to human rights and protection of journalists.
His family had a turkey stuffing recipe that was handed down from generation to generation. The turkey was moist, savoury and satisfying. "But after having enjoyed this stuffing for more than 40 Thanksgivings in a row, frankly it’s getting a little boring," Lee Carney said. And, with apologies to his grandmother, he decided it was time for a change.
What led to the failure of the Energy East pipeline, the largest oil pipeline project ever proposed in Canada? Journalist Jacques Poitras set out to chronicle the story of the Energy East project several years ago, but by the time he finished his book, the pipeline had been terminated by its proponent, Calgary-based energy company, TransCanada. It turned his book into a political whodunit.
Listen to Sandy Garossino speak about Thrusday's ruling on the Trans Mountain expansion approval, and the full audio of her previous interview with Prime Minister Trudeau about the pipeline and Indigenous consultation.