McKenna mum on whether feds will hit Trans Mountain approval deadline

The deadline for the federal cabinet to approve the Trans Mountain expansion is in two days. But Environment Minister Catherine McKenna isn’t saying whether the government will hit that target or delay approval for the second time. Story continues below…

Environment minister ‘disrespectful’ of energy industry, Canadians: CAPP CEO

CALGARY — The head of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers criticized the country’s environment minister Thursday for comments he said shows she is “disrespectful” of the energy industry. Story continues below Catherine McKenna is wrong when she says the…

Provincial energy ministers condemn feds after majority of Bill C-69 amendments rejected

After the federal government announced it would be accepting half of the Senate’s recommended amendments to Bill C-69, energy ministers from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario stood firm with respect to their position on the legislation, saying the bill shouldn’t be…

Tory premiers ‘playing games’ with national unity in letter opposing C-69: Trudeau

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says conservative premiers are “playing games” with national unity by threatening the country’s future if they don’t get their way on two environmental bills. The six premiers said in a letter to Trudeau Monday that he…

In ‘urgent letter’, six premiers tell Trudeau national unity would be threatened if bills C-48, C-69 become law

The premiers of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories tell Prime Minister Justin Trudeau that two pieces of federal legislation could hobble Canada’s resource sector if passed. Six premiers asked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday…