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Indigenous land defender Stacy Gallagher (right) was sentenced to 90 days in jail after performing a ceremony along the Trans Mountain pipeline route in British Columbia. (Photo: Rita Wong) News
'A Disgrace': First Nation Pipeline Opponent Gets 90 Days in Jail After Ceremony Along Trans Mountain Route
"Gallagher is one of more than 200 people, many Indigenous, who have been arrested for mobilizing against the $12.6 billion pipeline."
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Amazon forest area is burned in rural Novo Progresso north of Brazil on Thursday, August 28, 2019. (Photo: Gustavo Basso/NurPhoto via Getty Images) News
'A Red Alert for Our Planet': New UN Report Shows Radically Bolder Action Needed to Hit 1.5°C Target
"It's staggering how far off track countries are to dealing with the climate crisis."
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A water protector ascends nearly 40 feet in the air on a bi-pod blocking an entry road to Enbridge Line 3 worksites. (Photo: Giniw Collective) News
Fighting 'Disease of Greed and Destruction,' Water Protectors Blockade Over a Dozen Line 3 Worksites
Anti-pipeline campaigners locked themselves to an overturned car and engaged in other forms of civil disobedience as the fight against the tar sands project in Minnesota continues.
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The Canadian government must end its support for a repressive, corrupt Haitian president devoid of constitutional legitimacy. (Photo: Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press) Views
An Open Letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Regarding Haiti
It’s time for the Canadian government to stop propping up a repressive and corrupt dictatorship in Haiti.
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Water protectors protested at a construction site for the Line 3 pipeline near Cloquet, Minnesota on February 2, 2021. (Photo: the Movement to Stop Line 3) News
Over 50 Water Protectors in Minnesota March Onto Line 3 Pipeline Easement to Stop Construction
"We are endangering future generations," said Charles King, who locked himself to construction equipment, "and that's got to stop."
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"There is still an opportunity for us to stop" the construction of Line 3, said Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) on Saturday, January 30, 2021. "It is going to be really important for people to raise their voice." (Photo: Giniw Collective/Twitter) News
'We Should All Be Water Protectors': Ilhan Omar Visits #StopLine3 Organizers Day After Activists Block Enbridge Worksites
"We owe it to future generations, to the Indigenous communities we've signed treaties with, and to every living being on this planet to stop building fossil fuel infrastructure."
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People hold portraits with the names of the six Muslim men killed in the Québec City mosque shooting during a rally to condemn Islamophobia, hate, and racism held in Toronto on January 27, 2018. (Photo: Creative Touch Imaging Ltd./NurPhoto via Getty Images) Views
Remembering the Islamophobic Attack on Québec City Mosque: Why Have So Many Canadians Forgotten?
The willful denial of anti-Muslim racism secures and maintains this national amnesia surrounding the 2017 Québec mosque massacre.
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Failures of privatized LTCs cries out for more public ownership and control over long-term care homes. Views
Bare-Knuckle Capitalism has No Place in Nursing Homes
Privatized profit-making in homes caring for the elderly
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Environmental activist Winona LaDuke (C) and water protectors stand in front of the construction site for the Line 3 oil pipeline near Palisade, Minnesota, on January 9, 2021. (Photo: Kerem Yucel/AFP via Getty Images) News
Arrests in Minnesota After Water Protectors Chain Themselves Inside Pipe Section to Halt Line 3 Construction
"Enbridge's last-ditch effort to build fossil fuel infrastructure is killing people and the planet."
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Supporters of President Donald Trump storm the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. Views
How We Respond to Threats Against Democracy
The U.S. is bearing the fruit of decades of cruelty — breaking up unions, cutting public services and siphoning public resources and wealth into the hands of the very elite — also seen in Canada.
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