Trans Mountain adds thousands of new positions for pipeline expansion project

By David Boles Global News Posted October 28, 2019 8:23 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Trans Mountain is beefing up their workforce. In a news release, the company says 2,200…

NDP candidate calls for release of safety report on B.C.’s Trans Mountain tank farm

The NDP candidate in Burnaby is accusing Canada’s energy regulator of burying a safety study that raises concerns for fire safety on Burnaby Mountain, where the Trans Mountain pipeline terminates. The mountain is home to 12 oil tanks that are…

‘This is just the beginning’: Anti-pipeline protesters return to Burnaby Mountain

Dozens of protesters returned to Burnaby Mountain Monday to renew the fight against the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, vowing to not leave until the project is cancelled for good. Construction was approved to resume at the two B.C. terminals Thursday,…

Trans Mountain pipeline construction to resume in Burnaby after NEB approval

The National Energy Board (NEB) has given the green light for construction to resume this year at two Burnaby, B.C., terminals linked to the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. In a letter sent Thursday to Trans Mountain Canada, the NEB approved…

‘Someone out there knows’: Edmonton mother pleads for help to find son who vanished in B.C.

Eva Couture has been on an emotional rollercoaster for more than five months, desperately searching for answers in her son’s mysterious disappearance. Twenty-five-year-old Kristofer Shawn Couture last made contact with his family in January, but hasn’t been seen or heard…

Trans Mountain pipeline expansion decision deadline is here

The federal government is widely expected to green light the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project a second time Tuesday but, even with a Yes vote, construction is likely weeks, if not months away. The federal cabinet will be reconsidering the…

Canada set to approve Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Trudeau unlikely to benefit

Canada looks set to approve a hotly-debated plan to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline this week, people familiar with the process told Reuters, but the move is unlikely to help Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rebuild flagging support ahead of an…

No guarantee of decision on Trans Mountain pipeline before federal election: Sohi

The federal government can’t guarantee it will have a decision on the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion prior to the next election, Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi said. The deadline was pushed back to June 18 from May 22 on…