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Canadian Group Delivering Water to Detroit to Protest Shutoffs
Council of Canadians joins movement against city-wide water war
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'David vs. Goliath Victory': Port Town Votes to Block Tar Sands Export
"The oil industry is not invincible, and the exploitation of tar sands is not inevitable."
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Escalation of Shelling in Eastern Ukraine by Kyiv After the Tragic Crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight
I learned of the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 when my plane landed in Montreal the same day, July 17, on my way home from Moscow. The Moscow-Munich leg of my flight departed one hour before the (delayed) departure of Flight MH17 from Amsterdam at 12:30 pm local time. I reckon the...
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US Accused of Forcing EU to Accept Tar Sands Oil
Trade negotiators are working to permanently block a landmark regulatory proposal aimed at addressing climate change
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“No Tar Sands!” People’s Conference Tells Governors, Premiers
NE Governors and Canadian Premiers greeted with "No Tar Sands!" message
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First Nation Suffers Defeat in Court, Vows to Continue Fight for Land
Supreme Court of Canada rules provincial government does not need federal approval to issue land use licenses
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Digital Rights Groups Warn TPP Will Force 'Policing' of Internet Users
Groups slam proposed rules in open letters to negotiators of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement
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Report: Tar Sands Contaminate First Nations' Foods, Give Residents Cancer
A new report out Monday pushes back at claims that tar sands have no marked effect on community health and cancer rates
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Smoke rises from railway cars that were carrying crude oil after derailing in downtown Lac Megantic, Que., Saturday, July 6, 2013. (Photo: CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Chiasson) Views
Lac Megantic One Year Later: What Has Been Done to Prevent Another Tragedy?
One year ago today, I woke up to the images of the fiery crash of an oil train in Lac Megantic, Quebec. At the time, I didn’t know how bad it would turn out to be, but I had a sick feeling in my stomach for a couple of reasons. I had known intellectually that this could happen because I had begun...
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Residents, Climate Activists Mourn Victims of Lac-Mégantic Tragedy
Groups: 'Lac-Megantic’s struggle is a grim reminder to us all: Big oil will stop at nothing to extract, transport, and burn every drop of oil in the ground.'
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