tar sands

pipelines

Trudeau government sends Trans Mountain review back to National Energy Board

The new review is due before the Alberta election.
Hilary Beaumont
9.21.18
Indigenous

Court quashes approval of Trans Mountain Expansion

Federal Court of Appeal decision means Canada must consult further with First Nations
Hilary Beaumont
8.30.18
Indigenous

Is this the next Standing Rock?

We embedded with the Tiny House Warriors as they fight Justin Trudeau's Trans Mountain pipeline.
Hilary Beaumont
6.13.18
Pipeline project

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.
Chris Arsenault
10.5.17
News

100 Indigenous Nations in US and Canada Join Forces in Opposition of Pipeline Expansion

Standing Rock's Sioux Tribe, the Union of BC Chiefs, and many more Indigenous leaders signed a treaty to prevent expansion of the tar sands.
Hilary Beaumont
9.23.16
News

As Alberta’s Economy Goes Down the Shitter, Bumbling Crime Schemes Are Going Up

Criminal masterminds these good ole boys ain't.
Mack Lamoureux
3.16.16
Stuff

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.
James Wilt
1.25.16
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

Alberta’s Wildrose Party Is Pranking Everyone

Here's indisputable proof that the Wildrose Party is in fact a crew of performance artists who are trying their very best to KO Alberta's wounded conservative movement and make way for a full-blown socialist utopia.
James Wilt
11.13.15
News

Environmentalists Shouldn’t Take Pipeline Slowdown as a Win for Activism

It's way too early to start thinking the tar sands is in permanent decline.
James Wilt
11.6.15
News

Tar Sands Producers Keep Drawing Water as Athabasca River Runs Dry

"Giving companies first rights to water, over long-standing Indigenous treaties or any other recognized water licences holders is clearly a human rights issue."
Meagan Wohlberg
10.26.15
Why the Fuck Is No One Talking About...

Why The Fuck Aren’t We Talking About Tar Sands Expansion This Election?

Canada is trying to convince the world that tar sands expansion and a stable climate are not irreconcilable.
David Gray-Donald
10.8.15
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