Canada's Pipeline Dialogue is a joint effort between two of Canada's premiere business publications to balance the discussion around the various proposed pipeline projects out of Western Canada. Click below to listen to Alberta Venture editor Mike Ganley and BCBusiness editor Matt O'Grady discuss the scope of the project, the surprising things that came from talking to pollsters and their opinions on a few of the recent developments around the key pipeline projects.
Alberta needs B.C. to get its oil to Asian markets, but B.C. doesn’t really need Alberta for much of anything. Or does it? Evaluating the politics of pipelines, and the often fraught relationship between western Canada’s powerhouse provinces
The proposed Northern Gateway pipeline has brought issues of politics, economics, the environment and social development to the forefront of the nation’s consciousness. Between them, reporters Andrew Findlay and Tim Querengesser and photographer Joey Podlubny travelled the length of the proposed route and spoke with some of the people most directly affected
Two B.C. cities—Burnaby and Kamloops—have two very different takes on proposed pipeline expansion in their communities. And the fight over twinning the 61-year-old Kinder Morgan pipeline has Enbridge and other industry players watching with interest
Western Canada’s energy sector needs to earn the trust and consent of First Nations if it ever hopes to expand its pipeline infrastructure. Listen below to hear comments from Nadleh Whut’en First Nation Chief Martin Louie, who is featured in “The Laws of the Land”