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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
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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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This Is What a Line 9 Blockade Looks Like Before It Gets Raided

We visited the protesters behind a six-day blockade of an Enbridge construction that ended with heavy machinery and six arrests.
E.K. Hudson
8.11.14
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Harper Approving the Northern Gateway Pipeline Should Surprise No One

The Harper government approved the construction of the dual Northern Gateway pipelines yesterday, but the Feds and Enbridge are far from stepping on the gas.
Dave Dean
6.18.14
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Indigenous Lawsuits Could Paralyze the Tar Sands

The constitutionally protected rights of indigenous people to hunt, fish, trap, and be consulted when new developments are being built are under attack due to rapid industrial growth. Following extreme de-regulation under the Harper Government at the...
Michael Toledano
5.5.14
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Rob Ford Isn’t Worried about a Cracked Pipe Called Line 9

Enbridge's notoriously cracked Line 9 pipeline runs close to many homes, bodies of water, and subways in Ontario, prompting many citizens, councillors, and activists to demand closer inspection and transparency in its operation. Now, a local group is...
Michael Toledano
4.4.14
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Alberta’s Corporate Curriculum: Reading, Writing, and Bitumen

In Alberta's Ministry of Education's sweeping new rewrite of public school curriculum, the Ministry has included oil sands operators, tech giants, and textbook publishers among their key stakeholders, claiming their involvement will benefit children...
Michael Toledano
3.24.14
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Enbridge's Line 7 Pipeline Has Been Approved to Up its Capacity By 40,000 Barrels A Day

The National Energy Board has approved a significant increase in the capacity of Enbridge's Line 7 without holding any public hearings or consulting landowners, once again calling into question their level of concern for public interest.
Dave Dean
2.7.14