At least 4,000 people rallied on the steps of B.C.’s Legislature for Defend Our Coast — the largest protest yet against transporting chemical-laden bitumen from Alberta’s oil sands to the West Coast.
a conversation between renowned broadcaster and scientist David Suzuki, and Media Mornings on Vancouver Co-op Radio.
Published in rabble.ca | September 21 , 2012 | Circulation: 250,000 unique monthly readers Tonight (Sept. 21), Indigenous women directly affected by Canada’s oil sands and their associated pipelines are sharing their […]
This weekend, an armada of ocean-going canoes paddled against an increase in oil flow and tankers in B.C.’s Salish Sea. The Left Coast Post spoke with Tsleil-Waututh nation’s Rueben George.
For today’s Continental Day of Action Against Canadian Mega Resource Extraction, the Left Coast Post speaks with three Indigenous land defenders in B.C.
Vancouver police arrested seven more Quebec solidarity protesters last night, with reports of sexual harassment and beatings that sent one to hospital.
Two separate ‘Casseroles Night in Canada’ demonstrations in solidarity with Quebec student protests ended in arrest last night in Vancouver, with five arrested for mischief and obstructing police officers.
In the wake of the omnibus budget bill’s passage, a B.C. indigenous leader calls C-38 an “absolute attack on democracy” – warning that resistance will “play out on the streets and at the barricades.”
Michele Pineault’s daughter was killed on Robert Pickton’s farm, one of Canada’s 600 missing and murdered Native women. She spoke with the Left Coast Post at a closure ceremony on Wednesday.
Top Tories fanned out across Canada today touting support for CETA, the “most ambitious trade deal in history.” The Left Coast Post asked Vancouver councillor Tim Stevenson what’s the deal.