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Trans Mountain protesters don’t reflect mainstream Canada: Poll

Six-in-ten Canadians say the protests against the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline don’t reflect the mainstream view of Canadians.

Trans Mountain controversy signals a bigger problem

Rising government costs, inefficient regulation and our inability to get major projects built are eroding investor confidence in Canada.

Trans Mountain: A political crisis but not hopeless

As Canadians, we control our own destiny. We can build this pipeline that’s in the national interest.

Trans Mountain expansion is in the national interest

The time for political games and trade wars is over. Let’s create jobs, economic growth and improved competitiveness for Canada.

B.C. proposes new regulations for oil spill preparedness and response

B.C. government wants to study if and how heavy oil can be safely transported and cleaned up in the event of a spill.

Pipelines: Safe transport of oil and natural gas

Safety is a vital priority for pipeline companies and the numbers show it.

NEB rules in favour of Trans Mountain on Burnaby dispute

The National Energy Board says Kinder Morgan can begin construction despite permit delays in Burnaby.

Notley, Carr and Anderson: It’s time to build Trans Mountain

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, Natural Resources Minister James Carr and Kinder Morgan’s Ian Anderson speak at the Vancouver Energy Forum.

Trans Mountain: A year after approval

One year after the federal government approved the Trans Mountain Expansion Project, we remain at a pivotal crossroads.

VIDEO: CAPP responds to Energy East decision

CAPP president and CEO Tim McMillan discusses what the decision means for Canada