As Kinder Morgan proposes to more-than-double its Trans-Mountain oil sands pipeline from Alberta, First Nations and environmentalists on the coast are escalating their opposition to the project.
On the 162nd anniversary of the signing of the Robinson-Huron treaty, leaders representing the signatory nations delivered a letter to Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor demanding an increase in annuity payments.
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.
Sitting a six-hour drive south of Vancouver, the Columbia Generating Station is B.C.’s closet nuclear plant. As we near the one year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster, VO investigates.
Anti-pipeline demonstrators called Harper’s support for the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline a “lack of political leadership” during his North Vancouver visit today.