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A withering report by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board was notEnbridge’s only oil spill challenge in the summer of 2012.
You’ve heard the names. You’ve seen the headlines. But what, exactly, is Enbridge – the key player behind Canada’s most controversial industrial proposal?
Here’s a look back over some of my key stories of the last year.
Chapter on Enbridge’s Kalamazoo River oil spill disaster.
Mayor Gregor Robertson has called for more consultation regarding coal transports through Metro Vancouver, citing the impact of coal on climate change and of coal dust on human health, agriculture and marine life.
NDP MP Nathan Cullen, a member of the Standing Committee on Procedure and House Affairs, called the killing of Liberal MP Marc Garneau’s motion to study the limits of omnibus bills in the committee a “mockery of Parliament.”
The head of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs said that selling BC’s coast and rivers is not the way Premier Clark should be fighting against Alberta’s oil agenda at a press conference today with leaders from BC’s municipal and environmental groups.
Citizenship Minister Jason Kenney told Jackie Scott, the daughter of a Canadian war veteran, that her father – and others serving the country – technically weren’t Canadian at the time they were fighting for their country. Photo by David P. Ball
Co-winning submission, Canadian Journalism Foundation 2012 Excellence in Journalism Award (small media). Describing a ‘turning, wrenching feeling,’ would-be police informant Bill Hiscox reveals to VO what it was like on serial killer Robert ‘Willie’ Pickton’s farm.