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A group within the Gitxsan Nation is filing a legal challenge to the pipeline that would supply gas to a terminal on Lelu Island.
Hereditary chiefs and several elected chiefs from across Northern B.C. are calling an energy corridor for oil and natural gas pipelines.
The group occupying Lelu Island say they "escorted" a group of surveyors off of Flora Bank on Monday morning.
Members of the Lax Kw'alaams band who have been camping on Lelu Island gained some further support this weekend.
A financial update from Bansk Island Gold raises questions about whether or not the company will remain financially viable.
Skeena – Bulkley Valley MP Nathan Cullen says both he and the NDP are ready for whatever may come.
Pacific NorthWest LNG announced today a positive final investment decision for its Lelu Island terminal, subject to two conditions.
Eagle Spirit Energy says it has the support of more than 30 First Nations spanning from Alberta to the coast.
Kitimat Clean Ltd. president David Black says rail could be an option for getting oil from Alberta to a planned refinery near Kitimat.
Possible job action by the Canadian Auto Workers Union that would have impacted the transportation of goods along the CN Line has been delayed and possible avoided entirely with the announcement on January 24 that the two groups had reached a tentative agreement.