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Myth: TMX is not needed

A recent activist report claims this new Canadian pipeline unnecessary but ignores the central reason for constructing TMX.

Federal government reports profit from Trans Mountain pipeline

Since purchasing the existing pipeline in 2018, Ottawa has earned $29 million.

VIDEO: An Indigenous Stake in Energy

Steve Paikin of TVO and a panel of experts discuss Indigenous ownership of Trans Mountain and how oil and natural gas can be a path to economic reconciliation.

Trans Mountain Expansion pipeline: Update

Contractors are mobilizing equipment and hiring workers to expand West Coast pipeline with impressive safety record.

Trans Mountain timeline and map

Despite government approvals and the desire of most Canadians to get new pipelines built, delays have affected this nation-building project proposal.

B.C. Court rules on Trans Mountain question

B.C. Court of Appeal strikes down the provincial government’s attempt to stymie the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline

Myth: Indigenous peoples oppose energy development

Not only do many Indigenous peoples support oil and natural gas development—many communities depend on it.

Ferries and ecotourism impact killer whales more than oil tankers

Vancouver Sun columnist Licia Corbella notes that oil tanker traffic is not a big problem, creating just one per cent of the noise.

Canadian Chamber urges action after Trans Mountain decision

Canadian Chamber of Commerce president Perrin Beatty calls on government to fix ‘broken’ regulatory system, ensure Canadian competitiveness.

Court decision nullifies Trans Mountain approval

Federal Court of Appeal says flaws in the Trans Mountain approval must be remedied before project can proceed.