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.
The Oil Industry’s New Climate Change Solution Is More Pipelines
Fossil fuel companies and their executives are banking on carbon capture as a boon for the green economy. Environmentalists say this is a climate myth.
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.
A Fracked Gas Pipeline Is Coming to Brooklyn. Residents Are Invoking BLM to Fight It
Brownsville, the neighbourhood with the highest rates of asthma in New York City, is fighting to halt the construction of a fracked gas pipeline that could worsen its air quality even more.
What the Hell Is Going On in Alberta?
Premier Jason Kenney is acting like doctors are enemies and oil will save the day. Throw in the pandemic, and you gotta wonder, will Alberta be OK?
What It's Like Living in a Region Divided by a Pipeline and Colonialism
Yes, there are many livelihoods on the line in and around Wet'suwet'en. But the political divides are more complicated than the rest of Canada thinks.
RCMP Says It’s Done Raiding Wet’suwet’en Land—For Now
Five days and 28 arrests later, the police force said it will continue monitoring the area.
The Raid on Wet’suwet’en the RCMP Couldn’t Finish
More than 24 hours after police initiated a court-ordered removal of Indigenous people in northern British Columbia, a standoff with a second camp remains ongoing.
RCMP Admits It's Monitoring Wet'suwet'en Camps by Air Now
After denying drone and flyover surveillance at a pipeline blockade last week, RCMP says "air assets can and will be deployed as necessary."
RCMP Are Blocking Entry to Wet’suwet’en Land
“This is exactly what they did last time before they raided.”
Tension at First Nations’ Pipeline Appeal Like Acrimonious Divorce, Says Judge
Canada was in court again defending its controversial Trans Mountain expansion project this week.
Trans Mountain Expansion Gets Another Green Light from National Energy Board
The report brings Justin Trudeau’s government one step closer to building the pipeline.