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Chippewas of the Thames consider legal injunction to stop Enbridge's Line 9

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The Chippewas of the Thames First Nation (COTTFN) is seriously considering filing for an immediate injunction against Enbridge's Line 9.

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Supreme Court challenge to Line 9 pipeline by First Nation

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Length: 28:22 minutes (25.97 MB)

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Activists continue to confront Enbridge, shut down Line 9

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On Monday morning three women were arrested in Sarnia for using the manual shutoff valve to shut down the controversial Enbridge Line 9 pipeline.  Vanessa Gray, Sarah Scanlon and Stone Stewart were charged with trespassing and mischief over $5,000.

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| December 21, 2015
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Chippewas of the Thames challenge Line 9 reversal in Supreme Court

November 23, 2015
| Enbridge applied to the National Energy Board to reverse the flow of Line 9, a 40-year-old pipeline not designed to carry diluted bitumen. Jane Williams speaks with Myeengun Henry about the challenge.
Length: 09:48 minutes (8.99 MB)
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