On August 5, approximately 10 billion litres of wastewater and 5 billion litres of solid tailings waste escaped the impoundment at Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley mine in the interior of British Columbi
Elizabeth May is a Canadian federal MP and the leader of her party. Why would a politician who already has a strong public march choose to march in a rally for climate justice?
The Salish Sea Summer Gathering brought together people in B.C. protesting Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline and the recent tailings pond breach at Mount Polley Mine.
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has announced a 10-point plan regarding the water shut-offs that have been happening in that city these past months, but his plan falls short.
The Unist'ot'en camp in B.C. stands in the way of seven proposed pipelines -- bitument from tar sands, fracked gas from Peace River. This is the story of a "settler's" experience in the camp.
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After six days on site in Innerkip, Ontario, blockaders were served an injunction Sunday to leave immediately.
The members of Grassy Narrows First Nations -- to whom the River Run is a tribute -- have been struggling for decades to get government and industry to clean up the mercury in their river.
What is environmental catastrophism and does it really exist as an environmental threat? Sam Gindin responds to the critiques of his environmental theories and posits three ways to discuss the debate.
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.
Sep 30, 2014 to Oct 1, 2014
First Unitarian-Universalist Church
603 Wellington CrescentWinnipeg , MB
Canada49° 52' 39.3672" N, 97° 9' 50.6628" W
Winnipeg's all-candidates mayoral forum on the environment will give voters the opportunity to hear how candidates would address major environmental challenges facing Winnipeg.