June 15, 2022

SFU professor handed month-long jail sentence for anti-TMX tree-sit protest

Dr Tim Takaro participated in a tree-sit at a TMX worksite in the area of Lougheed Hwy and Gaglardi Way last November.

May 17, 2022

Anti-pipeline protestor handed 28-day sentence for blockading TMX Burnaby terminal

William George was convicted of blockading the entrance to TMX’s Burnaby Terminal on January 6, 2021, in breach of a 2018 court injunction.

April 19, 2022

As Trans Mountain marks 50% construction done on pipeline, activists reconsider tactics

Work in Burnaby has included the removal of hundreds of trees in the Brunette River area—trees that opponents often occupied to block pipeline work.

March 24, 2022

Redesigning Trans Mountain terminal for fire lanes ‘infeasible’: regulators

The Canada Energy Regulator said it would be infeasible to redesign Trans Mountain's Burnaby terminals to accommodate proper fire lanes.

March 4, 2022

Class action seeking damages for high gas prices in BC shot down by BC Supreme Court

The plaintiff claimed that companies have been "systematically overcharging" consumers and hiking up gas prices.

March 1, 2022

CER permits Trans Mountain to skirt city’s fire lane requirements

The Canada Energy Regulator found the city's fire lane requirements to be an undue barrier to the pipeline and tank farm expansion project.

February 22, 2022

Feds insist TMX is still viable, despite new $21.4B price tag. Environmental groups disagree

Trans Mountain put out its latest cost estimate late last week, at a total of $21.4 billion—but the federal government says it's still viable.

February 17, 2022

CER won’t back down on Trans Mountain tree removal decision

The city challenged a decision from the federal regulator for Trans Mountain approving all future tree removal in its pipeline expansion path

January 27, 2022

Burnaby won’t participate in CER hearing over Trans Mountain fire lanes

The Canada Energy Regulator was set to hear arguments from the city and Trans Mountain this week, but Burnaby has declined to participate.

January 11, 2022

CER hearing over Trans Mountain fire lanes set for this month

Trans Mountain wants to bypass the Burnaby's bylaws around fire access lane width, a matter that will be heard in a CER hearing on Jan 28