These government files show how a private security firm bungled pipeline protests
Canada’s private security industry has grown four-fold since 1970 and this review shows what can go wrong when officials outsource political surveillance.
TransCanada cancels its $15 billion Energy East pipeline
Low oil prices, regulatory hurdles and fears project would contaminate nearly 3,000 lakes and rivers seen as reasons for axing the plan.
West vs East Fight Over Energy East Pipeline Leaves Little Room for Adult Debate
Conservative politicians aren't taking too kindly to Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre's opposition to the Energy East pipeline.
Oka Could Happen Again Amid Pipeline Battles, First Nation Leaders Say
25 years after the historic dispute, Indigenous leaders say tensions are rising again.
Science vs. Politics—The Real Problem with the Premiers’ Climate Summit
The provinces recognized climate change is a problem, which is great. But without any action, that recognition doesn't mean a thing.
Anti-Oil Activists Named as National Security Threats Respond to Leaked RCMP Report
Following news that the RCMP considers anti-oil-industry activists a national security threat, we spoke to some of the activists who have been on the front lines of the fight to salvage Canada's environment.
What Happens in Quebec This Year May Foreshadow the Future of Canada's Oil and Gas Industry
Despite oil and natural gas prices hitting rock bottom, the fossil fuels industry still has big plans for Quebec.
Simon Van Vliet
Quebec Is At the Forefront of Canada’s Petro-Economy Expansion
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.
Simon Van Vliet