TC Energy shuts down Keystone pipeline system after leak in Kansas

Dec 8, 2022 | 2:12pm

The size and scope of the oil spill caused by the Keystone pipeline Wednesday remains unknown, but analysts say Canadian crude could suffer a significant price impact if the pipeline is shut down for more than a few days. Pipeline operator TC Energy Corp. said Wednesday evening that it had mobilized people and equipment in […]

Indigenous group takes first step Into agreement on Keystone XL project

Sep 30, 2020 | 10:47am

The Nekaneet First Nation in Saskatchewan is joining  four First Nations in Alberta in signing a historic Memorandum of Understanding with TC Energy. It will facilitate one of the largest indigenous equity investments of its kind in North America. The goal is an equity interest in the Keystone XL Pipeline Project and other potential related […]

Saskatchewan party issues online pipeline petition

Jul 21, 2020 | 10:32am

It’s a 12,000 kilometre route for Irving Oil to get its product from western Canada to the east coast, via the Panama Canal. The Saskatchewan Party highlights this situation in an online petition to urge the federal government to get a pipeline built. Minister of Energy and Resources Bronwyn Eyre says the Energy East Pipeline […]

Wet’suwet’en chiefs, ministers reach proposed agreement in pipeline dispute

Mar 1, 2020 | 2:30pm

A Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief and senior government ministers say they have reached a proposed arrangement in a pipeline dispute that has prompted solidarity protests across Canada in recent weeks. Federal Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett and British Columbia Indigenous Relations Minister Scott Fraser would not give details on the proposal, saying it first has to […]

Trudeau cancels Caribbean trip amid pressure to end pipeline protests

Feb 16, 2020 | 6:32pm

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has cancelled his planned trip to the Caribbean this week amid criticism over his government’s handling of a series of anti-pipeline protests that have disrupted rail service in parts of Canada. The Prime Minister’s Office announced the cancellation Sunday evening, the night before Trudeau was scheduled to fly to Barbados where […]

Calls for pipelines being made after fiery train derailment

Feb 7, 2020 | 7:31pm

The reeve of a Saskatchewan municipality where a second fiery train derailment has occurred in less than two months says it’s time for the federal government to look more seriously at pipelines to move oil. Jack Gibney of the Rural Municipality of Usborne says “oil is going to move one way or another.” “We have […]

New committee to evaluate pipeline projects in Saskatchewan established by Moe gov’t

Feb 4, 2020 | 11:51am

Four members of Scott Moe’s cabinet are on a committee being established to evaluate pipeline projects in Saskatchewan. The Pipeline Projects Assessment Committee will “review and assess the viability of pipeline projects in Saskatchewan, and possible government involvement in investing, stimulating, or generally advancing these projects.” The four ministers who will be on the committee […]

Scott Moe and Andrew Scheer will meet with Prime Minister Trudeau in Ottawa on Tuesday

Nov 12, 2019 | 6:30am

Premier Scott Moe and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer will meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday in Ottawa. Scheer, will share his thoughts on how the new minority government should operate, and what he’d like to see in the Throne Speech, while asking Trudeau to recall Parliament on the 25th. Moe meanwhile will ask for […]