Pipeline protesters were acquitted of felony charges. But they’re not happy about it.
Had the trial moved forward, its outcome could have opened the door to a new legal defense for protesters.
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.
Two Aboriginal Communities Take Their Fight Against Energy Companies to Canada's Supreme Court
The case could set a precedent for how major Canadian energy projects are decided in the future.
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.
More People Are Blowing the Whistle on Oil Companies in Canada
Though there has been an increase, it’s still a small number of whistleblowers alerting Canada's National Energy Board to violations.
Law Firm Wanted to Use a Member Of the Kennedy Family to Turn Pipeline Opponents In Canada
Approved in June 2014, Northern Gateway is one of the most controversial pipelines in Canada. A letter obtained by VICE News offers a behind the scenes glimpse of dealings before the approval.
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.
There's a Secret Hearing Into Allegations Canada Illegally Spied on Environmental Activists
The British Columbia Civil Liberties Association is accusing Canada's spy agency and the national police of illegally spying on environmental and First Nations groups who were organizing against the Northern Gateway pipeline.
A Massive Oil Pipeline Under the Great Lakes Is Way Past Its Expiration Date
If there is a rupture, the result would be disastrous.
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.
Tim Hortons' 'EHmojis' Suck, So Here's Some That Don't
Here are some 'EHmojis' that Canadians can actually use.
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.