Explore Enbridge’s donations to B.C. political parties

British Columbia Premier Christy Clark and Chief Sammy Robinson of the Haisla First Nation attend an event to celebrate a recent land sale to the Haisla in Kitimat, B.C., Tuesday, June 17, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline got the green light from the federal Conservatives Tuesday, bringing the $6.5-billion pipeline one step closer to realization (or at least one step closer to a protracted omnibus court battle against just about every First Nation and environmental group in British Columbia).

The B.C. government has been open in its opposition – or at least deep skepticism – about the pipeline project. We decided to take a look at Enbridge’s attempts to financially woo political parties over the years.

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