Podcast
Eastern arm of Burrard Inlet from Burnaby Mountain. Image: Vranak/Wikimedia
Scott Neigh | Will George, a member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, talks about his involvement in grassroots opposition to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project.
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A protester holds a sign at a 2017 anti-pipeline rally in Vancouver. Image: William Chen/Wikimedia Commons
Brent Patterson | Given the twin crises of the coronavirus pandemic and climate breakdown, it is all the more essential for Canada to uphold its human rights obligations.
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Conservative premiers Jason Kenney of Alberta and Scott Moe of Saskatchewan. Image: Wilson Centre
David J. Climenhaga | Does anyone actually believe Jason Kenney's claim that Gerald Butts, then Justin Trudeau's principal secretary, secretly conspired with the White House in 2015?
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Image: Wet'suwet'en Access Point on Gidimt'en Territory/Facebook
Brent Patterson | It is essential that Canada uphold its constitutional and international human rights obligations to the Wet'suwet'en Nation.
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Alberta Minister of Energy Sonya Savage. Image: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | The United Conservative Party has a lot of time for the rule of law -- but only when the law lets it enforce its own rules.
News
Protesters occupy RBC office in Toronto. Image: Anna Bianca Roach
Anna Bianca Roach | Activists occupied RBC and AIMCo's Toronto offices to protest the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in solidarity with the Wet'suwet'en Nation.
Podcast
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Scott Neigh | Maia Wikler talks about the Pull Together campaign, which is raising money to support First Nations' legal challenges to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project.
News
An oil pipeline in Alaska. Image: Gillphoto/Wikimedia Commons
Diane Pinch | Activist and advocacy groups have been sounding the alarm on fossil fuels for generations, so what can be learned from the campaigns of the past?
Blog
A 2011 oil tank fire in Gibraltar. The Trans Mountain pipeline extension would increase the risk of such fires at the pipeline's terminus in Burnaby, B.C. Image: Moshi Anahory/Wikimedia Commons
Robert Hackett | The bitumen-bearing pipeline depends on taxpayer subsidies. Now, emerging campaigns aim to stop those subsidies -- and to re-align energy and climate policy with Canada's best values.
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Former prime minister Stephen Harper, whose 2008 bitumen export plan sounded suspiciously like Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's now-reviled version. Image: Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | The principal thing that is different at this moment is simply this: there's a Liberal government in Ottawa.
Blog
David Suzuki | In fighting to protect the land and water and exert traditional values and priorities, the Unist'ot'en pipeline opposition is at the forefront of a fight for all people in Canada.
Columnists
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Brent Patterson | The Stand Up for Land Defenders direct action brought Indigenous and anti-fascist activists together to occupy an intersection in front of Parliament Hill that the United We Roll convoy had set up.