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| August 26, 2015
GroundWire

GroundWire | August 17, 2015: Fair Elections Act, Energy East pipeline, prisoners' rights

August 17, 2015
| This episode of GroundWire was produced at Kootenay Co-op Radio, a co-operative community radio station which broadcasts on Sinixt traditional territory.
Length: 29:07 minutes (24.91 MB)

#UnistotenHeals action rallies to protect Unist'ot'en land

The #UnistotenHeals rally was held on July 30, in protest of recent attempts by RCMP to force their way into unceded Unist'ot'en territory and the murder of James Daniel McIntyre.

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| August 1, 2015

More action needed from Canada's premiers on climate change

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Canada's premiers agreed to a master energy and climate change plan July 17. It's specific on fast-tracking pipelines, but “aspirational” on climate action.

No wonder. Building more pipelines to export oilsands oil will gut any serious plans to cut greenhouse gases.

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Premiers prioritize pipelines over climate change in recent summit

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The very worst was feared well before the Canadian Energy Strategy summit even kicked off.

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Kwantlen Polytechnic University moves forward with Kinder Morgan partnership

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Kwantlen Polytechnic University is moving forward in a partnership with Kinder Morgan to the dismay of students, faculty, Kwantlen First Nations, and community members.

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| July 4, 2015
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The myth of abundance

June 18, 2015
| Canadian governments act as if fresh water will never run out. Maude Barlow calls this belief the myth of abundance. She details the threats facing our water supply in her new report, "Blue Betrayal."
Length: 13:30 minutes (12.37 MB)
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