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Brent Patterson | December 3 marks the third anniversary of the in-service date of the controversial 300,000 barrel per day tar sands pipeline.
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various | The joint statement calls on the Trudeau government to uphold promises to restructure the National Energy Board and subject Line 9 to a "robust, transparent, and democratic review process."
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David Gray-Donald | Toxic Tour 2015 welcomed hundreds to see the belly of Canada's petro-chemical industrial beast and its devastating effects on the surrounding Aamjiwnaang First Nation.
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various | Last April, Chippewas of the Thames First Nation filed with the Federal Court of Appeal to challenge the National Energy Board approval of Line 9.
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Steve Cornwell | The National Energy Board has softened its stance on water protection for Enbridge's Line 9. Is the deal done? No, far from it, says Canada's activist community.
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various | On Monday, October 6, the National Energy Board (NEB) released a letter temporarily denying Enbridge’s "Leave to Open" submission on Line 9 based on the inadequacy of the valve safety standards.
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Krystalline Kraus | Deshkaan Ziibing, Anishinabek Territory-- As this statement is being released, individuals from affected communities throughout south-western Ontario have interrupted work on a section of Enbridge.
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Miriam Katawazi | Activists halted work on a section of Enbridge's Line 9 to protest the construction of the pipeline.
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Miriam Katawazi | Protesters are blocking workers from the construction site where Enbridge must complete the necessary work before the reversed Line 9 can go into operation.
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Krystalline Kraus | Clifton Nicholas and Clayton Thomas-Muller describe how Enbridge's Project to reverse Line 9 will threaten the water and the land of many Indigenous nations.
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Joyce Nelson | Pipelines are not a made-in-Canada energy solution. In fact, Canada may not be the slightest bit independent when it comes to petro decision-making.
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Michael Butler | This week, the London Chapter of the Council of Canadians took matters into their own hands and demanded action on the major threat Line 9 poses to hundreds of communities across Ontario and Quebec.