The most recent potentially dangerous act of shutting off and chaining themselves to the valve was done in the name of Indigenous land claims.
Earlier this month, activists shut down Enbridge's controversial Line 9 not long after it was reversed to flow east to Montreal.
"I can't start my car for that, so how is he expected to make a life that way?" his mother says.
Jul 29, 2015
The small 'Chemical Valley' city has a Fentanyl death rate that is four times the provincial average.
From garbage juice to slaughterhouse kill room blood, we've had some pretty disgusting jobs to pay for those good summer times.
Aamjiwnaang Water Project is a crowdfunded campaign to pay for independent water and sediment tests.
But they still gave out some environmental Starter Emergency Kits that are really only useful if you get lost in the woods.
The regulations concerning Ontario doctors and sexual misconduct are vague and have allowed many doctors accused of wrongdoing to continue seeing patients. Finally, something might be done about that.
Sarnia's contentious debate about the safety of wind turbines has a new wildcard: bigwig human rights lawyer Julian Falconer. Now he's challenging all three political parties to step in and stop Suncor's plans to build 46 new wind turbines in the area unt…
What's a city to do when it turns out the crown jewel of a beautiful waterfront park is lying on top of a toxic mess that's bubbling up from underground to menace locals and visitors alike?
Near Sarnia, a battle over electricity-generating wind turbines is brewing between the mayor and council of Plympton-Wyoming, and energy giant Suncor.
At a press event earlier in the day, Neil Young told reporters that an oil sands extraction site was "one of the ugliest things I've ever seen." That his celebrity was needed for attention to be paid to this issue, he told the press, was "a sorry state of…
On December 27th, First Nations protestors in Sarnia, Ontario, took to the streets once again to let Canadians know they don't want to be the lab rats of the energy industry's pollution experiments. While members of the Aamjiwnaang Firs
Chemicals that were banned from use in the 40s and 50s are still ubiquitous in the Chemical Valley. So much so that they're showing up in the bloodstreams of children from the nearby First Nations reserve, Aamjiwnaang.
Since we visited the site of the most polluted air in all of Canada, the people of Sarnia and Aamjiwnaang have had to deal with two pipeline leaks and a ditch polluted with benzene.
The most shocking thing about Sarnia, Ontario's "Chemical Valley" is that people actually live there.