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Corporate Profits Trumped Public Safety in Lac Mégantic
Critics of oil and rail industry say federal report shows lax oversight and disregard for community led to disaster that killed 47 people last year
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'Energy East Pipeline': A Ticking Bomb That Threatens Canada's Precious Waterways
"When the pipeline spills, it will seriously endanger our water sources," says Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow
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'This Changes Everything': Trailer for Naomi Klein's Coming Blockbuster
'This Changes Everything': Capitalism vs. the Climate
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Fallout from Canadian Mining Disaster Continues As First Nation Delivers Eviction Notice
Mount Polley disaster ripples through British Columbia, with blockades and layoffs
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Leaked Doc Puts Spotlight on Corporate-Friendly Trade Deal
Text of Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement shows how much power corporations could have over municipalities' water
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Mount Polley: Mining Is Disaster
The Mount Polley mining disaster in B.C. has barely been sustained in national news, let alone break in international news. This is despite the fact that mining experts are cautioning that the incident is the largest mining disaster in Canadian, possibly even global , history. Where it has made...
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Seeking Justice in Canada: Hitting Mining Companies Where They Live
Canadian mining companies have long evaded responsibility for abuses carried out by their subsidiaries in the developing world. That could be about to change.
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#DamLine9: Arrests and Solidarity Blockades Aim to Halt Tar Sands Pipeline
Five protesters were arrested after halting construction since Tuesday at an Enbridge pipeline work site near the Thames River in Ontario
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In the Wake of Environmental Disaster at Tailings Pond, Canadians Call for Accountability
Water use ban still in effect after Mount Polley tailings pond breach
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Aiding and Abetting Austerity: The Social Democratic Rhetoric of Retreat
After the total disaster of the Ontario NDP's "pocketbook populism" provincial 2014 campaign that sought, allegedly, to attract new voters by seeming to try to mimic the tone (if not exactly the content) of Tories (a strategy that was one of the most appalling failures of the inherently elitist...
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