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Tensions rise after RCMP clear road of protesters as B.C. pipeline conflict continues
canada
Coastal GasLink, elected Wet’suwet’en council call for resolution to conflict
canada
Gidimt’en evict Coastal GasLink from Wet’suwet’en territory
report on business
LNG Canada CEO wary of delays on $18-billion Kitimat, B.C. energy project
british columbia
B.C. police watchdog to probe Vancouver officers’ response to pipeline protest at insurance offices
canada
A year after Wet’suwet’en crisis, First Nations’ questions about self-governance have only grown louder in a pandemic
energy and resources
TC Energy sees higher costs for Coastal Gaslink pipeline
energy and resources
Coastal GasLink pipeline hearing to resume in B.C. Supreme Court today
energy and resources
B.C. Supreme Court hears petition for judicial review of Coastal GasLink certificate
report on business
TC Energy appoints new head of $6.6-billion Coastal GasLink project as Pfeiffer departs
opinion
Did Canada learn anything from the Oka Crisis?
Sean Carleton
Sean Carleton is an assistant professor in history and native studies at the University of Manitoba.
opinion
U.S. ruling on Dakota Access shows pipeline battles are never really over
Jeffrey Jones
Jeffrey Jones
british columbia
Crown, company drop all charges against 22 Coastal GasLink pipeline opponents in B.C.
report on business
Work begins on Trans Mountain expansion in B.C.
opinion
The Wet’suwet’en deal could be a recipe for disaster
Gary Mason
Gary Mason
alberta
Alberta minister says it’s a ‘great time’ to build a pipeline because COVID-19 restrictions limit protests against them
energy and resources
TC Energy completes Coastal GasLink pipeline stake sale
canada
Virtual signing ceremony marks B.C.’s Wet’suwet’en rights and title agreement
british columbia
Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs to sign deal that entrenches their governance system in B.C.
canada
Wet’suwet’en deal recognizes rights and title, sets stage for ongoing talks
british columbia
Wet’suwet’en elected chiefs call on Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister to resign over proposed agreement with hereditary chiefs
british columbia
B.C., Ottawa agree on process that would give power to Wet’suwet’en hereditary leaders
british columbia
Wet’suwet’en agreement with Ottawa and B.C. disputed by elected chiefs
energy and resources
Teck Resources posts loss as miner grapples with impact of coronavirus, rail blockades
energy and resources
Judge rules in Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s favour in Dakota Access Pipeline case
opinion
The voices of pro-development First Nations elected chiefs have been marginalized
Roy Fox
opinion
Why the proposed Wet’suwet’en deal may be falling apart
Gary Mason
Gary Mason
new
Wet’suwet’en matriarch calls for hereditary governance to reflect views of elected councils
letters
March 10: ‘Thank goodness Elizabeth Warren persisted.’ Readers debate sexism and the U.S. Democratic race, plus other letters to the editor
opinion
UNDRIP legislation would be chaotic in this country – and the blockades prove it
Brian Pallister
politics
Majority of Canadians say blockades of rail lines not acceptable: survey
morning update newsletter
Morning Update: Hereditary house chief backs GasLink plan; updates on the coronavirus
opinion
Trudeau has to choose a clear path forward
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
exclusive
Hereditary house chief declares support for Coastal GasLink plan
opinion
Pipeline protesters alienated the very people in B.C.'s legislature that might help them
Justine Hunter
Justine Hunter
british columbia
B.C. government authorized expanded police presence in Wet’suwet’en area: letter