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'Fight Far From Over' After First Nation Loses Bid to Stop Fracking in New Brunswick
Judge's ruling on Monday favors fracking company over Elsipogtog's water, land, treaty rights
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As Canadian Province Puts Fracking on Hold, Will Others Follow?
'From coast to coast, communities are calling for a stop to fracking'
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Noam Chomsky: Canada on Fast-Speed Race 'to Destroy the Environment'
Noted linguist tells the Guardian 'the most powerful among us are the ones who are trying to drive the society to destruction'
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'Battle Won, War Continues': Court Affirms First Nation's Right to Protest Fracking
Ruling follows violent police crackdown on New Brunswick protest; Elsipogtog vow to continue mobilizations
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Protests Sweep Canada Following Paramilitary Assault on Indigenous Fracking Blockade
'Indigenous communities like the Elsipogtog First Nation are on the frontlines of defending water and the land for everyone'
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Canada Sends Armed Paramilitaries to Clear Fracking Protest
Canadian authorities on Thursday sent armed paramilitaries wearing camouflage and carrying high-powered rifles to clear out a group of anti-fracking protesters who’ve blockaded a gas exploration site since Sept. 30, area media reported. "I can confirm police are enforcing a court injunction and in...
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Protectors vs. Destroyers: Canadians Unite to Stop Fracking in New Brunswick
For the past two weeks, an unprecedented coalition of Acadians, Anglophones and members of the Elsipogtog First Nation have blockaded a compound in the Canadian town of Rexton, New Brunswick, where trucks and equipment used in the process of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, are stored. The...
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Thousands of Canadian Scientists Protest 'Death of Science-Based Policy'
Harper government's cuts to research funding show preference for 'ignorance over evidence and ideology over honesty'
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Neil Young: Tar Sands Fields 'Look Like Hiroshima'
Singer says tar sands development left Fort McMurray a 'wasteland' that is 'truly a disaster'
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Author and journalist Naomi Klein speaking at the founding UNIFOR convention in Toronto on Sunday, September 1, 2013. (Photo: UNIFOR website) Views
Overcoming 'Overburden': The Climate Crisis and a Unified Left Agenda
Why unions need to join the climate fight
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