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| August 26, 2015
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Harper government spent millions on overseas tar sands advocacy

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How much money has the federal government spent on lobbying on behalf of the oil industry? About $4.5 million. 

A Greenpeace Canada freedom of information request has revealed that Natural Resources Canada holds a $4.5-million fund for international and domestic "outreach activities" for the tar sands.

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Editor's note: On Monday August 17 at 9:00 p.m. PST, Vancouver solidarity activists began fasting in solidarity with and to raise consciousness and awareness about Palestinian prisoners.

The 24 Hour Fast and Day of Action in Solidarity with Palestinian Prisoners is organized by Samidoun Palestinian Prisoners Solidarity Network, Canada Palestine Association and the Alliance for People's Health.

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| August 9, 2015
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| July 28, 2015

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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