It's the largest infrastructure project in the country's history.
Ontario's robust construction market generates almost 26 million cubic metres of excess construction soil every year – enough dirt to fill Toronto's Rogers Centre 16 times.
The Narwhal: Hans Matthews spent much of 2012 criss-crossing Alberta and B.C. as a member of the federal-provincial panel conducting hearings on the contentious Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
JWN: Momentum is building for construction of the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion, with Kinder Morgan Canada releasing the final list of its major contractors.
JWN: CALGARY — Potential delays in the completion of the Keystone XL pipeline following a U.S. judge's order mean that Western Canadian oil producers could suffer current price discounts for a longer period of time, an industry spokesman says.
JWN: In another sign that activity is on the rise in Alberta’s East Duvernay Shale Play, Inter Pipeline has announced a new $82 million investment in area infrastructure.
JWN: When it comes to responding to industrial environmental accidents like train derailments and oil spills, there is a tendency within government to respond with tougher and potentially overly prescriptive regulations.
EcoLog: by Mark Sabourin... A new environmental assessment process in British Columbia (B.C.) will ensure a far greater role for First Nations in project approval, open up new avenues for public participation and promise a clear and predictable process for project proponents.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. — Husky Energy held an open house Wednesday in Prince Albert to discuss a proposal to build new pipelines to replace a line that leaked in 2016, causing an oil spill into the North Saskatchewan River.