While governments disagree, B.C. and Alberta business, Indigenous and community groups find common ground at Federation Flight luncheon.
Canadian Chamber of Commerce brings together business, labour and Indigenous leaders to meet with Parliamentarians.
#ThankYouOil banners on semis operating in Ontario and Quebec drive home importance of oil in our daily lives.
Business, Indigenous and government leaders from B.C. and Alberta jointly call for TMEP go ahead, restored confidence in Canada.
Natural gas association wants to keep historical icon and symbol of Canadian unity from burning out.
B.C. business, Indigenous, community and labour leaders visit Alberta to affirm vision of Canada as a great place to do business.
Another poll shows majority of British Columbians, Canadians believe Trans Mountain pipeline expansion should go ahead.
Six-in-ten Canadians say the protests against the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline don’t reflect the mainstream view of Canadians.
Angus Reid poll finds that Canadian support for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project is growing and includes a majority of British Columbians.