Enbridge

pipelines

Pipeline explosion forces First Nation to evacuate

Enbridge gas pipeline starts massive fire, forcing 100 people to flee
Hilary Beaumont
10.10.18
environment

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.
Jackson Weaver
10.23.17
Pipeline protest

An anonymous anarchist takes credit for Ontario pipeline sabotage

Police are investigating after an activist poured corrosive material into sections of an Enbridge pipeline
Hilary Beaumont
9.14.17
News

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.
Sarah Berman
12.6.16
Indigenous

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
Hilary Beaumont
11.30.16
News

Haida Clan Strips Chiefs of Titles For Supporting Enbridge Pipeline

One of the chiefs admits he received money from the oil company.
Hilary Beaumont
8.16.16
News

Protesters Keep Shutting Down the Line 9 Oil Pipeline

The most recent potentially dangerous act of shutting off and chaining themselves to the valve was done in the name of Indigenous land claims.
David Gray-Donald
12.21.15
News

Canadian Activists Show There’s a Very Easy (But Dangerous) Way to Shut Down Pipelines

Earlier this month, activists shut down Enbridge's controversial Line 9 not long after it was reversed to flow east to Montreal.
David Gray-Donald
12.17.15
News

There Is Some Shady Shit Going Down at the University of Calgary

The administration, tied heavily to Enbridge, is trying to take control of a student run building, which would financially cripple the school's students' union. And that's just the start of the weirdness.
James Wilt
11.20.15
News

Oka Could Happen Again Amid Pipeline Battles, First Nation Leaders Say

25 years after the historic dispute, Indigenous leaders say tensions are rising again.
Hilary Beaumont
7.21.15
News

First Nation's ​Last Chance Appeal Against Line 9 Has Its Day in Ontario Court

The project, which the NEB approved with conditions in February and is now awaiting final approval.
Hilary Beaumont
6.16.15
News

Line 9 Pipeline Could Start Pumping Heavy Oil Soon Despite First Nations Court Challenge

'Canada has never consulted us on this project and it's their constitutional obligation to do so,' says one First Nation councillor
David Gray-Donald
6.12.15
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