Business community awaits federal decision on Trans Mountain pipeline – Red Deer Advocate

 · Groups file petition to block construction of FPL natural gas pipeline.. The petition seeks an expedited review of the Corps’ decision. Pipeline officials had no immediate comment.. Last week the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission gave its final approval for construction to begin on to the southernmost portion of the pipeline.

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The City of Burnaby is appealing the National Energy Board’s decision that Kinder Morgan did not have to abide by two Burnaby bylaws in the process of building the trans mountain pipeline. The documents were filed in the Federal Court of Appeal on the same day, February 15, that the NEB announced.

Premier Rachel Notley says she wants the National Energy Board to move quickly to remove roadblocks on the Trans Mountain. continue to advocate for an expansion of pipeline capacity across Canada.”.

A Red Deer Conservative MP says the federal government is setting a dangerous precedent by buying the Trans Mountain pipeline. Red Deer-Lacombe MP Blaine Calkins said Enbridge and TransCanada, companies that had to pull out of the Northern Gateway and Energy East pipeline projects, will be wondering what happened to their compensation.

The Federal Court of Appeal has set aside a decision by the minister of Indian affairs that allowed the expansion of the Trans Mountain oil pipeline through the coldwater indian reserve near.

Various UBC experts weighed in after the federal government decided to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline. George Hoberg, a professor at UBC’s school of public policy and global affairs, spoke to the BBC (at 34:30) about the implications of the pipeline expansion. He also spoke with CBC Radio’s The Current.

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"It is no longer prudent for us to take on additional risk in a legal and business environment that is becoming more. and students and families have been buried deeper in student loan debt, Red Deer mayor Tara Veer says the federal government’s decision to approve the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is long-awaited good news for the community.