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There’s Another Proposed Pipeline That Blatantly Ignores Native Rights

The Tar Sands Pipeline threatens to pollute the water supply of Native American Communities from Canada to Wisconsin.
Mary Kunesh-Podein
7.13.17
News

Canadian Protesters Keep Shutting Down the Line Nine Oil Pipeline

Activists chained themselves to a valve in the name of Indigenous land claims before being arrested on Monday.
David Gray-Donald
12.22.15
tech

A Massive Oil Pipeline Under the Great Lakes Is Old Enough to Rupture

If just one of the two degrading pipelines breaks, it would result in a 1.5 million gallon oil spill, devastating the region. Motherboard traveled to Michigan to investigate the situation.
MOTHERBOARD STAFF
9.2.15
videos

A Massive Oil Pipeline Under the Great Lakes Is Way Past Its Expiration Date

If there is a rupture, the result would be disastrous.
MOTHERBOARD STAFF
8.11.15
News

First Nation Leaders Say Tensions with the Canadian Authorities Are at a 25-Year High

Two and a half decades after the Oka land dispute in Quebec turned deadly, Indigenous leaders from coast to coast tell VICE it could easily happen again.
Hilary Beaumont
7.21.15
Music

Tim Hortons' 'EHmojis' Suck, So Here's Some That Don't

Here are some 'EHmojis' that Canadians can actually use.
Jordan Pearson
6.26.15
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
News

This Canadian Artist Halted Pipeline Development by Copyrighting His Land as a Work of Art

Peter von Tiesenhausen has a novel approach to dealing with assholes from oil companies—he claims his land counts as copyrighted art and charges them $500 an hour to meet with them.
Stephen Keefe
11.6.14
News

These Protesters Walked 700 Kilometres Along Two Canadian Pipelines

We spoke with the anti-pipeline protesters whose massive undertaking—a 700 kilometre walk from just west of Montreal to a town on the Gulf of the St-Lawrence—is one of the boldest demonstrations against pipeline action Canada has seen yet.
Tim McSorley
6.26.14
News

How Canada's First Nations Might Halt the Development of 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. Following extreme deregulation to quickly develop Canada's oil-rich tar sands, indigenous rights...
Michael Toledano
5.6.14
News

Did Enbridge Use Toxic Chemicals to Clean Up Their Oil Spill in Kalamazoo?

Three and a half years ago, an oil pipeline spilled 843,000 gallons of tar sands bitumen into the Kalamazoo River, the largest spill of its kind in American history. The clean-up effort has cost over a billion dollars, but is it doing more harm than...
Michael Toledano
12.24.13