The president of Canada's largest energy workers union is upset that the
National Energy Board (NEB) has rejected his claim that TransCanada
Corp. violated its approval for the $7-billion Keystone XL oil pipeline.
OTTAWA -- Canada’s largest energy workers’ union says yesterday’s National Energy Board ruling to deny a hearing on the construction permit for the Keystone XL pipeline is “incredible” and “a blatant cover up” for the pipeline company, TransCanada Pipeline.
National Energy Board is investigating a claim by the Communications, Energy
and Paperworkers Union that Trans Canada Pipeline's Canadian permit for
construction of the Keystone XL pipeline has expired.