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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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Following US Lead, Canadian Officials Go Mum on How New Pipelines Fuel Tar Sands Expansion
Internal documents show how official talking points changed after State Department draft came out
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Gasland Redux? Penobsquis: “New Brunswick's Dirty Little Secret”
Potash and gas industry is thriving, but residents worry about their health, environment
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Going East! Transcanada to Build Tar Sands Pipeline to Atlantic
'They're in for a fight' say environmentalists on both sides of the US/Canada border
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How Canada's Harper Helped Push World Toward Austerity
In June 2010, the transformation of the city’s downtown core into a pseudo war zone seemed like the worst aspect of the Harper government’s handling of the G20 summit in Toronto. But perhaps just as insidious was Stephen Harper’s personal role at that summit in pushing the developed world to...
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