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Landrex, Fort McKay First Nation partner on $176M Urban Village

Landrex, Fort McKay First Nation partner on $176M Urban Village

Primary multi-family project to be located on 12.85-acres in the Edmonton satellite community of St. Albert
Sixteen First Nations to take equity stake in Coastal GasLink

Sixteen First Nations to take equity stake in Coastal GasLink

The First Nations will take a 10 per cent share of the liquefied natural gas pipeline running across northern B.C.
No arrests made weeks after armed attack on LNG site

No arrests made weeks after armed attack on LNG site

An axe-wielding mob did millions of dollars in damage Feb.17 at a Coastal GasLink workcamp that was the site of earlier anti-pipeline protests
Alberta to cut fuel tax as gas prices soar

Alberta to cut fuel tax as gas prices soar

The province is set to temporarily lift the 13-cent per litre fuel tax, but B.C. is offering no tax relief despite having the highest gas prices in North America
Local farmers lead bids at farmland auctions

Local farmers lead bids at farmland auctions

Farmland values are not being pushed by hedge funds or other pools of capital but by farmers wishing to expand
'Our people were terrorized': Coastal GasLink releases new details, images of attack on worksite

'Our people were terrorized': Coastal GasLink releases new details, images of attack on worksite

The company building the Coastal GasLink pipeline across Northern B.C. has released new images and details about a violent attack on a worksite near Houston.
Politicians, First Nation leaders decry attack on LNG crew

Politicians, First Nation leaders decry attack on LNG crew

Premiers, Wet'suwe'ten First Nation chief condemn violent attack on staff and equipment at Coast GasLink site
Court decision begins to play out in B.C.’s northern gas patch

Court decision begins to play out in B.C.’s northern gas patch

BC Supreme Court ruling giving tiny First Nation virtual veto on new industrial development over 38,300 square kilometres came into force on January 1, 2022
BREAKING:  Axe-wielding mob attacks LNG pipeline workers in northern B.C.

BREAKING: Axe-wielding mob attacks LNG pipeline workers in northern B.C.

“This was a calculated and organized violent attack that left its victims shaken and a multimillion-dollar path of destruction,” RCMP says
Alberta begins three-steps to end COVID-19 restrictions

Alberta begins three-steps to end COVID-19 restrictions

“It is time to shift to a balanced approach where we are able to live with COVID-19 and return to normal,” premier says