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Alberta Energy Minister Margaret McQuaig-Boyd looks on as Premier Rachel Notley speaks about Bill 12 yesterday (Photo: Government of Alberta/Flickr).
David J. Climenhaga | Overwrought anyone? Rachel Notley threatens to punish British Columbians. UCP, after screaming for something like this, ducks and covers. Send in the army, demands former energy minister.
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Redeye Collective | Enbridge applied to the National Energy Board to reverse the flow of Line 9, a 40-year-old pipeline not designed to carry diluted bitumen. Jane Williams speaks with Myeengun Henry about the challenge.
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Redeye Collective | A new movie documents the realities on the ground for people who live along the Northern Gateway pipeline route in Northern Alberta and B.C. Jim Mainguy speaks with filmmaker Tomas Borsa.
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Redeye Collective | Energy East will carry tar sands oil 4,500 km across Canada from Alberta to New Brunswick for export to Europe and Asia.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | There is mounting opposition to TransCanada's proposed Energy East pipeline across the country, with two of the most recent examples coming out of Quebec.
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Redeye Collective | Activists say the federal government has changed the process in order to head off a repeat of the hearings into the Northern Gateway pipeline, where 1,200 people are registering their opposition.
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Redeye Collective | November 16 was the national Defend our Climate day of action. There were 130 events across the country to oppose the Alberta tar sands and the pipelines that carry the oil.
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Redeye Collective | The cleanup following Enbridge's oil spill in Kalamazoo is not complete but remarkable progress has been made. By contrast, nothing has been done to clean up a similar spill in Northern Alberta.
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Photo: Stephen Boyle/flickr
Elizabeth May | The New York Times has been reporting that a mountain of coke, waste from refining Alberta bitumen, is towering over the streets of Detroit.
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Redeye Collective | The Line 9 pipeline was built to carry oil from Montreal, Quebec to Sarnia, Ontario. But now Enbridge wants to reverse the flow and run tar sands oil east to markets on the eastern seaboard.