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Demonstrators hold signs to protest the construction of TransCanada's Coastal GasLink through unceded Wet'suwet'en territory. Views
Is Our Right to Peaceful Protest Disappearing?
More and more, we are seeing examples of this freedom of expression being criminalized.
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<p>Protesters at a rally in Vancouver to show opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline on September 9th, 2017. News
Canada's Top Court Rejects BC Bid to Halt Trans Mountain Tar Sands Project
"We are at a pivotal moment in human history, and we can do better than banking on a future that continues to rely on fossil fuels."
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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) News
Standing With Labor, Farmers, and Climate Groups on Trump Trade Deal, Sanders Vows to Vote Against NAFTA 2.0
"In my view, we need to rewrite this trade agreement to stop the outsourcing of American jobs, to combat climate change, to protect the environment, and stop the destructive race to the bottom."
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Iranian commander News
Iran Says Military Shot Down Ukraine Airliner in 'Disastrous Mistake' Amid Heightened Tensions With US
The admission, which confirmed conclusions from intelligence agencies, came as people worldwide continued to call for de-escalating the crisis.
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Views
Canada, the RCMP, and Human Rights Obligations to the Wet'suwet'en Nation
"International human rights law requires governments to respect, protect, and promote the right of Indigenous peoples to make their own decisions about their lives and futures according to their own customs and traditions."
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The report calls for the launch of a well-planned phase-out of oil and gas production that addresses the needs of workers and communities impacted by fossil fuel developments. (Photo: Robert S. Donovan/cc/flickr) Views
What If Limiting New Fossil Fuel Supply Is More Important Than Reducing the Emissions Produced When We Burn Them?
If the world uses all the oil and gas from the fields and mines already in production, it will push us beyond 1.5°C of warming.
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Toronto has still yet to take any real action on homelessness. (Photo: Shutterstock) Views
Canada's Brutal Decade of Homelessness
In Toronto alone, approximately 3,000 more people are homeless than 10 years ago.
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Bharat Masrani Views
How $15 Billion in Bonuses Leaves Canada's Bankers Gloomy
There’s silly. There’s absurd. And then there’s this: The country’s six largest banks are dishing out $15 billion in bonuses this year. But, in the eyes of some, this isn’t enough . Indeed, Bill Vlaad, president of Vlaad & Co., which monitors bank compensation trends, described the $15 billion...
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Climate Strike Canada member Emma Lin holds up a sign in protest of revelations that Canadian security forces wanted to train snipers on Indigenous protesters. News
#WouldYouShootMeToo Hashtag Trends After Reports Canadian Mounted Police Asked Snipers to Target Indigenous Protesters
"How far is Canada willing to go to protect the billionaires who run the oil and gas industry?"
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Royal Canadian Mounted Polic News
'Monstrous': Docs Show Canadian Mounties Wanted Snipers Ready to Shoot Indigenous Land Defenders Blockading Pipeline
In response to the exclusive Guardian report, critics called the actions of Canadian authorities "abhorrent and unconscionable."
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