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Report of the Joint Review Panel for the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project

Joint Review Panel, Enbridge Northern Gateway Project, Dec 19 2013

The Joint Review Panel (the Panel) for the proposed Enbridge Northern Gateway Project today recommended that the federal government approve the project, subject to 209 required conditions.

Province's Clean Energy Act limits B.C. Hydro power options, Site C dam critics told

Dene Moore, Canadian Press, Times Colonist, December 10, 2013

FORT ST. JOHN — British Columbia's groundbreaking Clean Energy Act has limited the options available to the province's Crown utility corporation for expanding the power grid, the chairman of an environmental review panel pointed out as critics demanded answers about the utility's plans to build a third hydroelectric dam on the Peace River.

Burst Pipeline's Spill Plan Is None of Your Business, Suggests Regulator

Naveena Sadasivam,, Aug 20, 2013

PHMSA has released ExxonMobil's spill response plan for the ruptured Pegasus pipeline—but most of the crucial elements have been completely redacted.

Private hydro plants fall short on monitoring

Larry Pynn, Vancouver Sun, June 17, 2013

Only seven of B.C's 22 projects documented everything required, says federal fisheries report

BC Gov't to Enbridge: 'Trust Me' Is Not Good Enough

Andrew MacLeod,, 31 May 2013

Activists, First Nations leaders cheer province's clear stand against Northern Gateway proposal.

Extracting info: Why’s it so hard to get the goods on oil spills?

Leslie Young, Global News, May 22 2013

CALGARY – It can be tough to get a good sense of how safe Alberta’s oil industry is when you can’t access the information you need.

Plains Midstream charged in 2011 Rainbow Pipeline spill

Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal, April 26, 2013

Government acts after receiving Greenpeace report

EDMONTON - One day after receiving an advance copy of a scathing Greenpeace report, the Alberta government charged Plains Midstream Canada in connection with the Rainbow Pipeline oil spill.

NEB hearings application form called undemocratic

Max Paris, CBC News, Apr 8, 2013

Enbridge will be 1st test of new rules for who qualifies to comment on projects

The National Energy Board is changing its rules for participation in public hearings, starting with its hearings in August into the reversal of a pipeline that runs through Ontario to Montreal.

Energy Board demands Enbridge Michigan spill report

The Canadian Press, CBC News, Aug 18, 2012

More than 20,000 barrels of oil dumped into Kalamazoo River in 2010

The National Energy Board has asked Calgary-based Enbridge to provide documentation of improvements it has made since a massive oil spill in Marshall, Michigan two years ago.

Independent third party to scrutinize Alberta’s pipeline safety protocols

By Karen Kleiss, Edmonton Journal, July 20, 2012

EDMONTON - Government and industry bowed to public pressure Friday, announcing a review of Alberta’s pipeline safety rules and $500 million in new spill-prevention features for the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline.

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