When Hurricane Sandy hit with full force on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard –shuttering New York’s famed subway system, shattering neighbourhoods and killing at least 70 people, including two in Canada – its superstorm remnants blazed north across the border.
Helicopters evacuated most of the 700 residents of Michipicoten First Nation on October 29 after the nearby town of Wawa declaring a state of emergency when flooding destroyed roads and bridges to the reserve.
Melina Laboucan-Massimo’s family has felt the impacts of an oil spill disaster firsthand on their Lubicon Cree territories in Alberta: burning eyes, headaches, nausea and dizziness.
An historic three straight days of protests against oil sands, pipelines and tankers took place across B.C. from Oct. 22 to 24, led by a coalition of First Nations, environmental and labour groups.
First Nations from across British Columbia are traveling to the provincial capital, Victoria, on Monday for what is being billed as the largest civil disobedience protest against the oil sands, pipelines and tanker ships yet.
a conversation between renowned broadcaster and scientist David Suzuki, and Media Mornings on Vancouver Co-op Radio.
A First Nation whose land sits in the heart of the Alberta oil sands has ramped up its legal battle against the oil sands industrial development.
An armada of seafarers took to the Burrard Inlet over Labour Day weekend, embarking on a two-hour journey in opposition to oil pipelines and tankers.
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.
Rebel page Brigette DePape co-edits myth-busting book. Who says today’s young generation is apathetic?