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Rachel Small | At the same time as the Unist'ot'en people began a fight in BC courts against TransCanada's injunction, hundreds gathered in Toronto in solidarity to protest at TransCanada's office.
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Protestors in Saint John. Image: Environmental Defence Canada/flickr
Andrea Harden-Donahue | Climate justice campaigner Andrea Hardne-Donahue details the harassment and misogyny she and many activists face in response to their fight against the fossil fuel industry.
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Brent Patterson | There is no word when the NEB hearings will resume, though they were scheduled to be in Quebec City next (from October 3-7) and then eventually to conclude in Kingston (on December 12-16).
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Photo: The Ottawa River at Pointe-Fortune/Council of Canadians
Brent Patterson | The Husky Energy oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River is making it harder for TransCanada to cross the Ottawa River with its proposed 1.1 million barrel per day Energy East pipeline.
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various, Eric Pineault | Our no is categorical and uncompromising. We oppose TransCanada's Energy East pipeline as well as any project that expands the Tar Sands complex.
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Paul Weinberg | Gordon Laxer knows Canadian petro politics. In this interview, Laxer discusses Canada's dependency on fossil fuels, the economic situation in Alberta and how to tackle climate change.
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Brent Patterson | A number of Canadian companies are helping to finance a legal action to block U.S. President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan. The legal action is being led by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
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Brent Patterson | TransCanada has secured a permit to conduct seismic testing where the Energy East pipeline would cross the St. Lawrence River and is seeking a similar permit for the Ottawa River.
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Brent Patterson | There is a growing wall of Indigenous opposition to the Energy East pipeline.
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Gordon Laxer | Jeffrey Simpson made the case last week that the last pipeline standing -- Energy East -- would replace imported oil with 1.1 million barrels from Alberta and Saskatchewan. Or would it?
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Reclaiming Sovereignty
Daryn Caister | Green Majority Radio spoke to Jeff Mann, an artist who makes car parts into art and about TransCanada's lawsuit against the U.S. government for killing the Keystone XL pipeline.
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Brent Patterson | TransCanada's move to suspend its controversial Keystone XL pipeline proposal has elevated the Energy East pipeline plan to the top of Canada's political agenda.