XTRA GUAC: Here’s Everything Enbridge Is Buying Cops to Fight Protesters
Hundreds of invoices reveal how Enbridge spent $3 million in reimbursements on Minnesota police to surveil Line 3 protestors.
At Least 4 Oil Pipeline Workers Linked to Sex Trafficking in Minnesota
Indigenous water protectors, experts, and officials have been warning about the links between violence against women and pipelines for years. Now, they worry there'll be more.
Pipeline Workers Are Scaring Indigenous Elders Away From Their Own Lands
Indigenous folks—even those who aren’t on the front lines of pipeline battles—report regular harassment and intimidation. But they’re going on their land anyway.
Pipeline explosion forces First Nation to evacuate
Enbridge gas pipeline starts massive fire, forcing 100 people to flee
Pipeline protesters were acquitted of felony charges. But they’re not happy about it.
Had the trial moved forward, its outcome could have opened the door to a new legal defense for protesters.
All The Ways Oil Companies Mess With Environmental Groups
After Enbridge tried to seize the assets of a Vancouver-based anti-pipeline organization this week, it’s worth revisiting Big Oil’s legal trick handbook.
An anonymous anarchist takes credit for Ontario pipeline sabotage
Police are investigating after an activist poured corrosive material into sections of an Enbridge pipeline
There’s Another Proposed Pipeline That Blatantly Ignores Native Rights
The Tar Sands Pipeline threatens to pollute the water supply of Native American Communities from Canada to Wisconsin.
Here Are the Next '20 Standing Rocks' According to Frontline Activists
In the wake of an unprecedented win in North Dakota, we asked Indigenous and environmental groups what they see as the next key energy battlegrounds.
How energy companies woo First Nations on controversial projects
Contracts show how Enbridge and the Government of British Columbia are trying to get buy-in from Indigenous communities
Haida Clan Strips Chiefs of Titles For Supporting Enbridge Pipeline
One of the chiefs admits he received money from the oil company.
Two Aboriginal Communities Take Their Fight Against Energy Companies to Canada's Supreme Court
The case could set a precedent for how major Canadian energy projects are decided in the future.