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Brent Patterson | Are 400-foot-long barges on the Great Lakes each carrying 118,000 barrels of tar sands oil in our future? Maybe.
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Emma Lui | Maude Barlow and I arrived in Bayfield, Ontario, the 15th stop of the Great Lakes Need Great Friends tour, on Friday evening.
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Emma Lui | We met with Paul Brady, a 'fracking watchdog' according to media reports, who took us to see some of Encana's well sites.
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Emma Lui | I arrived in Traverse City, Michigan, Friday afternoon to attend FLOW for Water's annual meeting and the Great Lakes Society's annual celebration on Saturday.
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Emma Lui | I arrived back home on Friday night from the Great Lakes Need Great Friends event in Port Elgin, a quaint town surrounded by cottage homes on the breathtaking shores of Lake Huron.
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Bruce Power. Photo: one.juniper/flickr
Emma Lui | This is a huge victory for communities around the Great Lakes and shows what can be achieved when people come together with passion and purpose.
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Emma Lui | Maude Barlow put forward a vision of the Great Lakes that protects a community's right to say 'no' to projects harmful to water sources and incorporates community input into decision-making.
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Emma Lui | Close to 100 people gathered in Aamjiwnaang First Nation, located inside of Sarnia and close to Lake Huron, on Friday to take part in the Ultimate Walking Toxic Tour of Canada’s Chemical Valley.
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Dan Kellar, [email protected] Radio | Victory over mining in northern BC, Grat Lakes Garbage Patch has been revealed as toxic sludge flows into rivers. Anti-Sludge Warrior Maureen Riley died but the battle goes on! And more!
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Emma Lui | The Ontario Geological Survey began planning the drilling program in 2009 which was to “establish the potential for shale gas” and determine whether the sources were “economically viable.”
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Emma Lui | I just returned from a Great Lakes Commons gathering at Notre Dame University in Indiana which brought together nearly 70 Indigenous leaders, youth activists, water activists, artists and academics.
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Emma Lui | The International Joint Commission (IJC) will hold public hearings next month to obtain comments on their report Lake Superior Regulation: Addressing Uncertainty in Upper Great Lakes Water Levels.