Keystone XL

Alberta is investing $1.1 billion in the disputed Keystone XL pipeline, a project that Kenney says is crucial for the province's economy. (Alik Keplicz/AP/CP)

What if Jason Kenney is secretly working to undermine Alberta’s oil and gas industry? A conspiracy theory.

Max Fawcett: The decisions Kenney’s government have made lately has only caused greater scrutiny over the province’s $1.5 billion investment in the Keystone XL pipeline

Why the Keystone spill poses a serious problem for the whole oil sands sector

Opinion: What started as a single campaign against Keystone now amounts to a categorical rejection of the whole oil sands business

Why it’s time to rethink pipeline protests

Opposing the supply of oil won’t reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. What if we harnessed innovation and reduced demand, instead?

U.S. Secretary of State recuses himself from Keystone XL decision

Rex Tillerson, who had a long career in the oil industry, stepped away from the Keystone file last month

How to make Canada an energy superpower

Before a plane crash took his life, Jim Prentice co-authored a book arguing energy, First Nations and climate-change policies could be reconciled

It’s time for clarity on Canada’s climate and energy policy

The Liberals should admit that its commitment to carbon reduction is increasingly untenable, writes a former TransCanada exec

Trump has forced the left and right to ask: What do we stand for?

For the Conservatives and the NDP, both in the midst of leadership races, the new U.S. president’s policies have triggered a serious identity crisis. Call it the Trump test.

Trump’s bulldozer diplomacy meets pipeline politics

Donald Trump has ordered the fast-tracking of the Keystone XL pipeline—charging into Canada’s delicate dance with those opposed

Donald Trump signs order on Keystone XL oil pipeline

The pipeline remains far from a done deal: there’s ongoing uncertainty on multiple fronts, including potential legal and political fights

Trump: News on scuppered Keystone XL coming soon

Remark came from interview with the president-elect on Fox News

If Trump approves Keystone XL, does Canada need other pipelines?

Canada has some big decisions to make, and Donald Trump’s administration will play a significant role

The Canadian right is failing on carbon pricing

Canada needs a carbon pricing plan but Ottawa’s proposal is flawed, writes a former top pipeline executive. The right should offer fixes, not denialism.