Canadian government to decide on controversial pipeline expansion. Trudeau faces political peril either way.
For more than five years, the Trans Mountain pipeline project has divided Canadians, sparking widespread protests, igniting an interprovincial feud and posing a major political headache for Prime Minister
Plans to construct a massive dam and dry reservoir upriver from Calgary, a project designed to save the city’s downtown from another devastating flood, are continuing despite provoking the rage of ranchers
Next week will be a pivotal moment for the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, when the federal cabinet announces whether it will re-approve the project. The government is widely expected to do just that