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Trans Mountain pipeline’s soaring cost provides more proof of government failure

Since the government purchased the project for $4.5 billion, the cost of the Trans Mountain expansion has ballooned to $34 billion.

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TMX pipeline demonstrates dire need for regulatory reform

The project's estimated cost has ballooned from $5.4 billion to almost $31 billion.

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Shutting down Line 5—bad for both sides of the border

The pipeline carries 540,000 barrels of oil and natural gas liquids per day to Ontario’s four operating refineries in Sarnia.

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Bay du Nord approval underscores politicization of environmental policy in Canada

The Northern Gateway project passed similar environmental scrutiny but was cancelled by the federal government.

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Death of Keystone increases risk to people and the environment

Oil moved by rail is 4.5 times more likely to experience some kind of accident in transit than oil moved by pipeline.

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Trudeau government bill may grant First Nations veto power over pipelines and other projects
The governments of six provinces have asked for more time to respond to the draft bill.

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Pipelines remain a red herring in climate debate

Canada's crude oil reserves are the third-highest on Earth.

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Trans Mountain expansion good for all Canadians—and Confederation

The oil and gas industry accounts for almost 8 per cent of Canada’s GDP.

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Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion back on track

Depressed prices for Canadian heavy crude oil cost Canada's energy industry C$20.6 billion in foregone revenues.

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Ottawa’s new environmental assessment process creates more confusion and future strife

Bill C-69 overhauls the federal environmental-impact assessment process for resource projects.