How can something be in the national interest when it would significantly contribute to the destruction of the very planet that sustains us?
kinder morgan pipeline
Trudeau's progress on drinking water advisories is misleading and the government's approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline -- without Indigenous consent -- is further putting drinking water at risk.
Suggesting that new oil pipelines can help pay for the transition off of fossil fuels is akin to going on an all-poutine diet to lose weight.
David J. Climenhaga
History repeats itself, so the Wine War may be over, but with underlying disputes unresolved, things could easily segue into another war.
People are buying B.C. wines in solidarity with B.C.'s Horgan government in its dispute with Alberta. Ironically, many of those wine protesters campaigned for the Trudeau Liberals in 2015.
The Secwepemc Nation and their supporters are building tiny houses to assert their land rights in the face of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline
Jagmeet Singh entered the NDP leadership race months after the four other candidates, yet there is polling and anecdotal evidence that he already has higher, and more positive, name recognition.
Those who wish to honour and preserve life on the planet are up against government and private sector players who view actions to protect the land, air and water as terrorist acts.
The Trudeau cabinet has judged that Canada-wide backing for increased exports from the Alberta bitumen sands overshadows B.C. opposition to shipping dilbit via pipeline to Metro Vancouver.
Actions will culminate in a march and rally against Kinder Morgan at noon on November 19 in Vancouver.