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Jean McLaren 87 Kinder Morgan protester Burnaby Mountain Mychaylo Prystupa

87-year-old Kinder Morgan protester handled delicately by police (VIDEO)

"I had a good day!" McLaren told a reporter, before ducking into a police vehicle.
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Independent journalism pays off with truth and results

I was delighted this week to see an e-mail from the people at Kickstarter saying,  “we really love your project!”  Staff at the crowdfunding website said they had chosen our Tar Sands...

Oil spill simulation gets locals talking about possibility of crude along the Salish Sea

Vancouver-based artist Tamara Phillips was out swimming with her partner near Stanley Park sea on a hot, sunny Wednesday, when her eye caught a glimpse of a yellow card, floating along the...

MP Kennedy Stewart wants Burnaby to have its say on Kinder Morgan pipeline

MP warns that Kinder Morgan will be able to tear down houses once granted right of way to BC properties. Says NEB issued "snap call" for public participation.

Kinder Morgan billionaire sees big fortunes in oil by train and tanker

Kinder Morgan CEO also taunts investors to sell his company's stock - “You sell, I buy"

Joe Oliver was wrong: BC pipeline opponents "mainstream British Columbians," not "radicals"

SFU study shows that the Harper government's attack on pipeline opponents as "radicals" was simply inaccurate.

Kinder Morgan president wishes Harper government hadn't attacked pipeline opponents

CEO says feds "fanned the flames" of opposition to the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion
Defend Our Coast rally in Victoria 2012

After meetings with federal ministers, Chief Stewart Phillip urges British Columbians to take to the street

Ministers' visit foreshadows Harper's plan to declare pipelines "in the national interest", the head of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs told the Vancouver Observer.

An interview with Tsleil-Waututh elder Amy George

It was just a few days before British Columbia’s Truth and Reconciliation Week when I went to visit Amy George, a 71-year-old Tsleil-Waututh elder.