The Calgary-based pipeline company said it is facing significant cost pressures in Western Canada related to labour costs and shortages, along with contractor underperformance and disputes.
After residents and activists rang alarm bells during the early salmon run on Aug. 7, pipeline expansion staff continued working in the Coquihalla River until Aug. 21
‘We could never move forward on our own, it must be all of us together,’ said hereditary Chief Namoks
Gold commander responds to APTN’s Behind the Thin Blue Line investigation in feature-length interview
Multiple Nations call on Canada to stop the construction of pipelines.
‘Once Canada has decided they’re willing to sell this pipeline, then at that time we’ll be negotiating to purchase.’
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Following a second incident on Oct. 19, Kanahus alleges police officers broke her wrist during a violent arrest.