The federal government is contributing to international controversy over the oilsands by failing to live up to its legal and constitutional responsibilities to regulate the industry, says report
Organized and led by Indigenous people and open to everyone.
I felt incapable of addressing the huge, overwhelming scale of the destruction. Yet, on this walk, the sick feeling co-existed with a quietly hopeful one, invoked by the efforts of my co-walkers.
Jun 30, 2010
Olympic Village across the Science Centre at False Creek
Olympic Village across from the Science Centre at False CreekVancouver , BC
Canada49° 14' 54.6828" N, 123° 6' 31.68" W
British Columbia CA
Picket against Enbridge Pipeline Canada Day at Olympic Village across from Science Center at False Creek, Vancouver.
Jun 21, 2010
St. Lawrence Town Hall
155 King Street EastToronto
Canada43° 39' 5.526" N, 79° 22' 1.4016" W
Public engagement, climate change and Canada’s oil sands: A jewel in Canada's energy crown or an environmental threat?
Activists challenged Royal Bank tar sands policies at rallies across Canada this week. (Photo: www.jonathandy.com).
Joshua Kahn Russell
Yesterday more than 170 people rallied outside of the Royal Bank of Canada's (RBC's) Annual General Shareholder meeting (AGM) in Toronto after a series of creative non-violent actions all morning.
B.C. residents want to keep the oil tanker moratorium protecting their coastline, but the Harper government has made it disappear. (Photo: lx2yvr)
In case you thought there was a moratorium preventing oil tankers of the B.C. north coast, think again. The Harper government has a different idea.
As long as Stephen Harper's government holds the reigns of power, Canada will remain a global environmental pariah.