I stand with Alanis Obomsawin, not Joe Oliver
If we don’t shut down the Alberta Tar Sands, the world is cooked.
Join us at a day-long grass-roots education and organizing meeting, Saturday Nov. 17
Northern Gateway plan: ship oil through an active earthquake zone
Join me at this important day of resistance, education, and alternatives in Toronto, November 17
“One thing I can say right off the bat is: we’re winning…”
What if they pretend it’s a lake?
Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation says provincial government and Shell have violated their treaty rights. “We’re going to fight your projects tooth and nail.”
You can’t believe anything Enbridge says
“There is no such thing as ‘responsible upgrading’ or ‘sustainable tar sand production.’ We must stop this crime before it ruins more lives and destroys the climate.”
Review: “This is a book that should be read by every Canadian. It should also be read widely everywhere else as the vast majority of us have no idea of the scale of tar sands destruction.”
Video exposes Enbridge’s grossly misleading account of the route tankers will take if the Northern Gateway tar sands pipeline is built
According to the CEO of Enbridge, yes we do!
Hundreds from across North America gather in Alberta to raise awareness. Delegations from British Columbia and Ontario join to show growing concern and resolve against tar sands infrastructure projects across Canada.
The Sierra Club has released The Dirtiest Oil on Earth, an animation on the dangers of tar sands crude and pipelines transporting the world’s dirtiest oil from Alberta, Canada, through the U.S.
Why we can’t trust capitalism with the fate of the earth … 22,000 barrels spilled into sensitive muskeg, and the pipeline company didn’t notice!
Representatives of four Indigenous nations will attend Shell Oil’s annual meeting to demand an end to its massive human and ecological rights violations in Canada, Alaska, and Nigeria.
From a First Nations perspective, it doesn’t matter whether we stand on the coast of B.C. or in the heart of the oilsands – our struggle is largely one and the same. We don’t want our lands, our rights, or our people to be sidelined and destroyed by irresponsible development.
Over the last several months, Alberta has killed more than 500 wolves, to conceal the impact of rapid industrial development on woodland caribou
Video of Bella Bella residents’ welcome to the government’s pipeline review panel, and an eyewitness report on the protest and the regulators’ cowardly response.