Unions, citizen groups, and environmentalists have joined a growing chorus alarmed about a secretive investment deal with China, voicing their support yesterday for a First Nation’s lawsuit seeking to halt the agreement.
A withering report by the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board was notEnbridge’s only oil spill challenge in the summer of 2012.
You’ve heard the names. You’ve seen the headlines. But what, exactly, is Enbridge – the key player behind Canada’s most controversial industrial proposal?
Could the battle against Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline have a parallel in the NorthWest Rebellion, the 1885 uprising of Métis and First Nations which led to Canada’s infamous hanging of Louis Riel and others?
Labour, First Nations and environmentalists warn that too much is at stake with the TransMountain project.
Here’s a look back over some of my key stories of the last year.
Chapter on Enbridge’s Kalamazoo River oil spill disaster.
Activists in Canada, the U.S. and all the way to Trinidad and Tobago are staging protests on November 27 in support of a blockade against a natural gas pipeline and fracking project in northern British Columbia.
One week after hereditary leaders of the Wet’suwet’en nation, in northern B.C., evicted Apache company-hired surveyors from their traditional territories, allies across Canada and the U.S. are holding protests in solidarity with the pipeline blockade.
Indigenous spiritual leaders from across the continent have launched a declaration to protect Mother Earth from the impacts of development in Canada’s oil sands mega-project.