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In the news today, May 24A British Columbia court is set to rule today whether the province can restrict shipments of diluted bitumen through its borders, in what will be a crucial decision for the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. The province filed a reference question to the B.C. Court of Appeal that asked whether it had the constitutional authority to create a permitting regime for companies that want to increase their flow of oilsands crude. B.C. argued the law is aimed at protecting its lands, rivers and lakes from hazardous substances, but Alberta and the federal government have said the goal is to delay or block the pipeline expansion.


Court to rule on B.C.'s pipeline permit law in crucial case for Trans Mountain

Court to rule on B.C.'s pipeline permit law in crucial case for Trans MountainThe decision is expected to be crucial for the future of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion and Alberta's efforts to get oilsands crude to overseas markets. A panel of B.C. Court of Appeal judges has been mulling B.C.'s constitutional reference case that asks whether it can create a permit regime for companies that want to increase the flow of heavy oil through the province. B.C. argues the proposed law is aimed at protecting its lands, rivers and lakes from a hazardous substance, but Alberta and the federal government say the goal is to delay or block the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.


Cross-Canada corridor concept getting dusted off ahead of election

Cross-Canada corridor concept getting dusted off ahead of electionThe notion of a pan-Canadian corridor dedicated to rail, power lines and pipelines has been around for at least half a century but it looks like it's about to get a big publicity boost. Scheer's pitch appears to have drawn inspiration from a 2016 University of Calgary paper that offered possible solutions through a northern corridor for transportation and infrastructure.


Study shows economic benefits of patient approach to northern cod recovery

Study shows economic benefits of patient approach to northern cod recoveryST. JOHN'S, N.L. — A slow and steady approach to rebuilding the northern cod stock could see employment in the crucial fishery skyrocket in just over a decade, according to a new study. The report was released Thursday by advocacy group Oceana Canada as one of six case studies assessed by University of British Columbia fisheries economists in a larger report considering the social and economic benefits of rebuilding Canada's fisheries. The economists project that within 11 years, under favourable environmental conditions and low fishing pressure, a rebuilt northern cod fishery could support 26,000 jobs — 16 times more than today.


Supreme Court to rule on controversial case of Alberta woman found dead in motel

Supreme Court to rule on controversial case of Alberta woman found dead in motelOTTAWA — The Supreme Court is to rule today on the case of an Ontario trucker acquitted in the death of an Alberta woman in what could set a precedent in Canada's sexual assault laws.Bradley Barton claimed that Cindy Gladue died after a night of consensual rough sex in an Edmonton motel in June 2011.A jury found him not guilty of first-degree murder and manslaughter, after a trial in which Gladue was continuously referred to as a native prostitute and her preserved vaginal tissue was an exhibit.The Crown appealed following nationwide protests and the Alberta Court of Appeal ordered a new trial.The Appeal court ruled serious errors were made in the original trial and in the judge's charge to the jury about Barton's conduct and on sexual assault legislation pertaining to consent.The Supreme Court heard arguments last October on several procedural matters, but could also decide for the first time whether an "objective likelihood of harm'' cancels out sexual consent.The Alberta Crown, as well as attorneys general in other provinces, argued for such an addition to the law.Barton's lawyer, Dino Bottos, has said it would be a big deal if the court agreed and noted the Crown brought up a consent versus harm argument on appeal — not at trial — so it shouldn't affect his client's case.Barton testified that he hired Gladue for two nights of sex that included putting his fist in her vagina. When he woke up after the second night, he said, he found her dead in the tub and called 911.Court heard Gladue had an 11-centimetre cut in her vagina and bled to death.A medical examiner testified that the wound to Gladue's vaginal wall was likely to have been caused by a sharp object and, in a rare move, he used Gladue's preserved vaginal tissue as an exhibit.Some interveners in the case said they believe Gladue didn't consent and noted the Metis mother of three deserved better at trial.The Canadian Press


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