Impact issues stall oil sands projects
Imperialís Kearl faces new setback, delay of a year or more; legal successes by environmentalists spread unease through industry
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What started as a distant warning rumble is building into a full-fledged crescendo as environmental groups notch a series of victories in their campaign to make the industry and government more accountable for the impact of oil sands development.
In what could become a benchmark case, the Canadian F....
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Water permit revoked
Court: environmental assessment not complete
Sense from U.S. Canada not managing oil sands development well
CBM activity threatens B.C. salmon rivers
Salmon-bearing waters said to be at risk
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