The issue of whether pipelines should be built and expanded to pump Canadian oil to tidewater has roared back onto the federal campaign trail this week.
Two and a half decades after the Oka land dispute in Quebec turned deadly, Indigenous leaders from coast to coast tell VICE it could easily happen again.
Opponents are planning protests this summer over the longest proposed pipeline in North America as the premiers of Alberta and New Brunswick signal support.
The provinces recognized climate change is a problem, which is great. But without any action, that recognition doesn't mean a thing.
We spoke to some environmental and aboriginal activists to see if they were worried about a coming crackdown.
Despite oil and natural gas prices hitting rock bottom, the fossil fuels industry still has big plans for Quebec.
With pipelines stalled in BC and the US, Quebec is the last frontier—for now—in the fight to stop tar sands oil from being exported around the world.
Edelman runs software called the Grassroots Multiplier that it claims can "convert average citizens" into pro-oil "true champions."