oilsands

thunderbird strike

Destroy Oil Pipelines as a Thunderbird in this New Video Game

Thunderbird Strike is the latest from Indigenous developer Elizabeth LaPensée.
Jacob Dubé
10.19.17
the next 150 years

Indigenous Peoples Will Shape a More Just and Sustainable Future for Canada

After 150 years of colonization, Canada is at a crossroads.
Julian Brave NoiseCat
6.27.17
Greenhouse Gases

Canada Is Dragging Its Feet on Capping Dangerous Methane Leaks

The government finally has a plan to regulate methane leaks from the oil and gas industry. It doesn’t come into effect until 2020.
Lisa Cumming
5.26.17
Keystone XL

Keystone XL Is Back From the Dead, And Environmentalists Are Ready to Fight

The Trump administration has issued a presidential permit for construction to begin.
Farnia Fekri
3.24.17
Fossil Fuels

Shell Is Abandoning Canada’s Oilsands

Shell says it’s focused on becoming a “company of the future,” and that future apparently doesn’t include the Alberta oilsands.
Bryson Masse
3.9.17
Canada

A New Pipeline In Canada Could Cause Marine Species to Be Flooded With Noise

BC just gave the Kinder Morgan pipeline the go-ahead. Shipping traffic will increase, and with it, marine noise.
Sarika Cullis-Suzuki
1.12.17
Trump

How Pipelines Carrying Bitumen From The Oilsands Could Threaten Sea Life

Bitumen from the oilsands could impact marine ecosystems in 15 ways, scientists say.
Bryson Masse
12.22.16
Canada

Canada’s Latest Pipeline Could Drive Endangered Killer Whales to Extinction

Conservationists are mobilizing against the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Kate Lunau
11.30.16
Canada

Controversial Keystone XL Pipeline Comes Back to Life With News of Trump Win

Facing protests over the environment, Obama killed the Keystone XL pipeline. Now it could be back.
Bryson Masse
11.10.16
News

What You Need to Know About the Massive Wildfire Burning in Canada

The devastating fire comes only a month after the Alberta government cut $11.7 million from its wildfire management program.
Drew Brown
5.5.16
News

A Turbulent Wildfire Is Ravaging Canada’s Oil Capital

Tens of thousands of Fort McMurray residents had to flee their homes on short notice, abandoning their belongings as a black sky loomed overhead, literally raining down ashes.
Amil Niazi
5.4.16