BC Has No Power To Regulate Crude Flowing Through Trans Mountain
Saturday, 25 May 2019 The Trans Mountain oil pipeline was handed a win on Friday when a British Columbia court ruled that the provincial government could not legally restrict crude oil flowing through it, according to the Court of Appeal for British Columbia website. While Trans Mountain still faces an uphill battle in a climate that is cooling to crude pipelines, Friday’s win is good news for the project and good news for the Canadian government, who purchased the Trans Mountain pipeline last year when it became clear that Trans Mountain had stalled and needed…
Three mountain lion cubs are on their way to Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs, after being orphaned in Washington state. The cubs are just six weeks old and were orphaned when their mother was killed. Matt Yurus reports.
The federal government has given the green light to the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, nine months after a court halted its construction and ordered a more substantial review of its..