The Keystone Pipeline oil spill was nearly twice as big as TransCanada said
Over 400,000 gallons according to a federal investigation of the spill in South Dakota farmland.
Still No Charges for the Company Behind Canada’s Largest Mining Spill
Canada has one of the worst records on the planet for making polluters like Imperial Metals pay.
Black Goo, the Environment, And the End of the World
Douglas Coupland looks to the past to find an answer for the impending environmental apocalypse of the extreme present.
30,000 Ecuadorians Want Canada to take $10 Billion from Chevron to Clean Up the Amazon
A 20-year fight to make one of the world's largest companies pay to fix the mess it made has come to Canada. And things are about to get messier.
The Canadian Government Wants You to Believe They Have Oil Spills Under Control
The feds have commissioned a new booklet to help ease concerns about oil spills and environmental apocalypses.
First Nations Are Blockading an Imperial Metals Mine, and the RCMP May Intervene
First Nations opposition to Mount Polley’s soon-to-be-opened sister mine is heating up in northern British Columbia. As Imperial Metals applies for a court order to remove protesters, activists are gearing up for a possible clash with RCMP.
The Mount Polley Tailings Pond Disaster Has Sparked a First Nation Blockade
The collapse of a man-made lake full of mining waste in BC last week sparked outrage among environmentalists the world over. Now a First Nations group in a town 12 hours north has established a blockade at a separate mining development owned by the...