Reacting to revelations that TransCanada Corp. paid for the Town of Mattawa’s silence, the Council of Canadians delivered a “cease and desist” letter to TransCanada’s lawyers.
Protesters are blocking workers from the construction site where Enbridge must complete the necessary work before the reversed Line 9 can go into operation.
On June 28, 2014, over 700 people gathered for the 5th and final Athabasca region Healing Walk. The message was clear: no more pipelines.
The final Healing Walk in Fort McMurray Alberta took place last weekend. The walk calls fourth to end the destruction of the land from Tar Sands expansion and to begin the healing.
No pipelines, no tankers! Read the collected thoughts of long-time activists, new converts, Indigenous resistors and, you know, all those people the Harper government considers "terrorists."
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Organizer and author Dru Oja Jay talks about how NGOs have undermined, prevented, and co-opted grassroots social movement organizing in Canada.
Eden Robinson explains the growing fury about Northern Gateway among B.C. aboriginal communities despite the 'pretty package' being sold to them about the pipelines.
In a sign of the tension ahead, a group of protesters issued a statement on Wednesday saying they staged a peaceful sit-in at the British Columbia office of MP James Moore.
When will Harper get a clue? Canadians do not want pipelines and they especially do not want the Northern Gateway pipeline.
A coalition of grassroots groups have received confirmation from 67 provincial candidates in Ontario that, if elected, they would conduct an environmental assessment on the Line 9 pipeline.