From saving refinery jobs to leading a revolution in civic powers, Derek Corrigan has bigger plans.
The push to have Canadian oil meet Asian market demand has grown massively since Calgary-based Enbridge Inc. conceived of the Northern Gateway pipeline to the West Coast more than a decade ago. But as the company’s CEO told reporters yesterday, so has the “passion and emotion around this project.”
The bulk of the province’s new resource industry jobs will be in the Lower Mainland, not rural areas.
Among the 468 people rejected outright from participating in the National Energy Board’s Kinder Morgan pipeline hearings next year, one professional planner is calling the process “Kafkaesque” — and now questions its legitimacy altogether.
Public hearings for TransMountain’s oilsands pipeline expansion begin next January.
An anti-oil sands group is “concerned about disclosure” regarding Premier Christy Clark’s relationship with Enbridge after a document listed her as a “partner” in her ex-husband’s lobbying firm — which worked for the energy company until 2006.
Green businesses are cashing in, but can they reverse our warming crisis?
Alberta’s energy minister insists the push for new pipelines from the oilsands will be unaffected by premier Alison Redford’s resignation Wednesday.
Artistic trailbazer Buffy Sainte-Marie, who is currently based in Hawaii, is gearing up to record her first album of new material since 2008 (more on that later), and took a few minutes to share her thoughts on a number of topics with ICTMN.
Neil Young issued his strongest words yet against his country’s energy boom.