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Sacred site or land development? Competing visions for the Chaudière Islands | Sep 19 2014 | Ole Hendrickson | A showdown is looming between different visions for the Chaudière Falls area in Canada's capital. Which one will win out -- sacred Aboriginal site or a plan for urban development?
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Is it time to change tactics and focus on big corporate polluters? | Sep 19 2014 | Nick Fillmore | The UN meeting is yet again corroded by big business influence. Will the People's Climate March be able to pressure the UN or should we all switch tactics?
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Yukon fracking moratorium threatened by Harper Government | Sep 19 2014 | Brigette DePape | The Yukon, like B.C., is home to some of the largest shale gas deposits on the planet. Now the Harper Government has set its sights on the moratorium on fracking, in place since 2012.
Monday’s New Brunswick election a litmus test for the rest of Canada on shale gas | Sep 19 2014 | Maude Barlow | New Brunswickers head to the polls in what seems to be another PC versus Liberal tête-à-tête this Monday. But this province’s election could also be key to determining Canada’s future and the future o
Monday’s New Brunswick election a litmus test for the rest of Canada on shale gas | Sep 19 2014 | Maude Barlow | New Brunswickers head to the polls in what seems to be another PC versus Liberal tête-à-tête this Monday. But this province’s election could also be key to determining Canada’s future and the future o
Au moment où le NB se prépare à voter, le Conseil des Canadiens dévoile la position des partis sur le gaz de schiste | Sep 19 2014 | Conseil des Canadiens | Au moment où le Nouveau Brunswick se prépare à voter, le Conseil des Canadiens dévoile la position des partis sur le gaz de schiste, les conservateurs manquent à l’appel
As New Brunswickers get ready to vote, the Council of Canadians releases party positions on shale gas, Conservatives missing | Sep 19 2014 | Council of Canadians | As New Brunswickers get ready to vote, the Council of Canadians releases party positions on shale gas, Conservatives missing in action
Monday’s New Brunswick election a litmus test for the rest of Canada on shale gas | Sep 19 2014 | Maude Barlow | New Brunswickers head to the polls in what seems to be another PC versus Liberal tête-à-tête this Monday. But this province’s election could also be key to determining Canada’s future and the future o
Les élections au Nouveau Brunswick sont une épreuve décisive pour le reste du Canada dans le brûlant dossier du gaz de schiste | Sep 19 2014 | Maude Barlow | Les élections de lundi au Nouveau Brunswick sont une épreuve décisive pour le reste du Canada dans le brûlant dossier du gaz de schiste
Why grandparents are joining forces at the People's Climate March | Sep 18 2014 | Anthony Ketchum | The People's Climate March takes place this Sunday September 21. Why is Anthony Ketchum choosing to march? Because his grandchildren's future is at stake.
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Movements will mobilize for climate justice at the People's Climate March | Sep 18 2014 | Amy Goodman | Just days before Ban Ki-moon's invite-only summit next week, a broad coalition will hold the People's Climate March, expected to be the largest rally addressing climate change in history.
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How are Canada's municipalities fighting resource extraction? | Sep 17 2014 | Sanita Fejzic | Across Canada rural municipalities are dealing with issues of land use and resource extraction. What power do citizens actually have over Big Business when they want to protect the environment?

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Conservative Cabinet to ratify Canada-China FIPA, with the Liberals cheering them on. Brachina said...  Biggest surprise about that vote is that there is still a Bloc ;p in
Mt. Polley mine disaster -- Imperial Metals tailings pond rupture kropotkin1951 said... I have been following the story on the Tyee since it broke. They have published many good in depth...
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