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| September 29, 2014
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| September 12, 2014

Grrr. Wildlife falls prey to our insatiable need for natural resources

Photo: flickr/PressedRat

Despite suspected ongoing impact to animals where the Mount Polley Mine breached several weeks ago, professional wildlife response teams can't get in to assess the area.

It is believed that chemicals still in the environment from the spill -- which released millions of cubic metres of potentially toxic waste into central B.C. waterways -- could impact millions of birds, among other animals in the area.

Exasperated responders say it is just a piece of a much larger problem that will only grow with the economy's reliance on natural resource development: wildlife has zero protection under Canadian environmental legislation.

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Image: Flickr/Council of Canadians
| August 19, 2014
GroundWire

GroundWire | August 18, 2014: pipelines, prisoners' justice and more

August 19, 2014
| This is a special bilingual episode of GroundWire in English and French.
Length: 29:55 minutes (41.1 MB)
Photo: flickr/kris krüg
| August 14, 2014
John Bonnar Audio Blog

Dam Line 9 blockaders served injunction

August 10, 2014
| After six days on site in Innerkip, Ontario, blockaders were served an injunction Sunday to leave immediately.
Length: 21:57 minutes (20.1 MB)
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Dam Line 9! Interview on the Enbridge worksite blockade

August 8, 2014
| From the #DailyGRRR!, an interview with Lana, a blockader at the Dam Line 9 occupation in Innerkip. Lana talks about why blockaders are concerned about Line 9 as well as what is happening on site.
Length: 16:33 minutes (15.16 MB)
| August 5, 2014
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