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Pamela Palmater
| February 12, 2016
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| February 8, 2016
January 27, 2016 |
Many have grave concerns about the likelihood of Enbridge's aging Line 9 potential to rupture. Valves on two of the pipelines were shut down on Monday by unknown persons.
Photo: flickr/ Graham Perry
| January 26, 2016

Clayoquot Sound delegation takes fish farm fight to Norway

January 26, 2016
| A delegation from Clayoquot Sound is heading to Norway, home of the fish farm giant Cermaq, with a message about the damage being done to B.C.'s coastal ecosystem.
Length: 15:32 minutes (14.23 MB)

Why B.C. government opposes Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline

January 16, 2016
| In a written submission to the National Energy Board on Monday, the B.C. government announced it would not support the proposal based on concerns about oil spill safety requirements.
Length: 12:34 minutes (11.51 MB)

B.C. Supreme Court rules government failed to consult First Nations on Northern Gateway

Photo: flickr/ Chris Yakimov

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Enbridge received another blow on Wednesday when B.C.'s Supreme Court ruled that the province neglected to properly consult with Gitga'at and Coastal First Nations on the Northern Gateway pipeline.



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| January 14, 2016
| December 30, 2015

Read the final Truth and Reconciliation Commission report

On Tuesday December 15th, the Truth and Reconciliation commission issued its final report.  Trudeau committed to implementing its recommendations in June 2015 when he saw the document in bullet point format.  The only way this will really happen, however, is if let the government know that we want true reconciliation, and a better future.

The report cites residential school survivor Alma Mann Scott who said:


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