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Maya Bhullar | Water across Canada needs to be safe and publicly provided. We must protect our all lakes and rivers and we must protect public goods. Water protection is a job we must take seriously.
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Ben Parfitt | Such an inquiry should not be limited to scientific questions, but should focus squarely on the risks associated with fracking and what should be done about them.
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| Final report is a useful tool for those of us fighting against fracking
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Brent Patterson | It's clear that fracking causes earthquakes. So why do we have voluntary corporate guidelines in place instead of proper regulations?
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June Chua | The Canadian documentary Defenders of the Dawn examines the fight in the Maritimes for environmental rights, situated within the perspective of the world stage.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | TransCanada has inked a deal with natural gas distributors. This ends a high-profile conflict standing in the way of TransCanada's Energy East ambitions.
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Emma Lui | At the sixth annual Unist'ot'en Camp, a diversity of people met to discuss how we could lend solidarity to the Unist'ot'en people fighting numerous oil and gas pipelines on their territory.
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Brent Patterson | The Harper and Clark governments have approved the LNG Canada project. While this is the first to be approved under a federal-provincial streamlined process, more could be on the way.
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Emma Lui | This week, Indigenous lawyer Caleb Behn, Dr. Kathleen Nolan and Emma Lui presented to members of Parliament and senators urging meaningful action from the federal government on fracking.
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Emma Lui | The Yukon Party government's recent decision to allow fracking in the Liard basin in southeast Yukon has reignited resolve in the territory to protect the lakes and rivers from fracking.
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Leah Fusco | A recent public forum on fracking in Newfoundland drew a full house and a discussion about the investigation of the effects of fracking in N.L. and its links to oil development.
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Tori Ball | On December 10, Colchester County approved Atlantic Industrial Services' (AIS) application to dispose of 28 million litres of fracking wastewater into the Debert Sewage Treatment plant.