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Alyse Kotyk | Whales, corruption and contempt for Indigenous rights are just some of the court cases that activists hope will halt the controversial Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion project.
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Redeye Collective | Following Justin Trudeau's approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, thousands of people have pledged to do whatever it takes to stop the project.
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Water samples collected from Sherbrooke Lake, Big Mushamush Lake, Little Mushamu
Emma Lui | In order to protect water, we need governments to see the importance of water to communities and local economies.
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Karl Nerenberg | Alberta Premier Rachel Notely was more than happy with Justin Trudeau's approval of the Kinder Morgan project. Tom Mulcair, B.C. NDP leader John Horgan, and many others reacted very differently.
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Redeye Collective | Justin Trudeau will soon announce his decision on Kinder Morgan’s plans to expand its Trans Mountain pipeline, and ship almost 900,000 barrels of oil per day down to Burrard Inlet in Vancouver.
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Robert Hackett | Any metro Vancouver resident watching TV, checking websites, or browsing the local weekly in recent months could hardly avoid the multi-media barrage from extractivist corporate entities.
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Michael Stewart | Cynicism is part and parcel of the Liberal strategy to get elected at any cost -- but the disconnect between rhetoric and action is impossible to maintain for any length of time.
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Seble Samuel | If Canada is so called "back" on climate change, it is clear that the Trans Mountain pipeline must be left behind as a relic of the sunset fossil fuel industry.
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Rueben George about to talk to media about the NEB recommendation.
Michael Stewart | "This issue is too important to leave up to industry or politicians to decide," said Dogwood campaigner Kai Nagata.
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Kinder Morgan protest on Burnaby Mountain
Redeye Collective | In a written submission to the National Energy Board on Monday, the B.C. government announced it would not support the proposal based on concerns about oil spill safety requirements.
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Dru Oja Jay | The Liberals have made two extremely well-publicized promises that -- unless they break them -- unavoidably commit them to phasing out existing tar sands pipelines and stop approving new ones.
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Will Horter | Enbridge and Kinder Morgan were hit with another existential earthquake yesterday when the B.C. Supreme Court ruled the province failed to adequately consult and accommodate affected First Nations.