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Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois gives prize money to help fight Energy East

Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois helps raise $170,000 to fight Energy East

Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois -- the former student leader of a massive "red square" student movement in Québec -- has just raised over $170,000 to support the opposition against TransCanada's controversial...
TransCanada crew evicted from Unist’ot’en camp

TransCanada pipeline contractors 'evicted' again in BC's north

"Your equipment will be confiscated if you try to return," said a masked protester to contractors doing prep work for pipelines to proposed LNG terminals.

First Nations' anti-Keystone XL alliance years in making

Indigenous organizers say Reject and Protect gathering in DC last week marked the culmination of years spent building solidarity across nations and across borders.

Harper featured in anti-Keystone XL ad to air during Obama State of the Union speech (UPDATED)

A slick anti-tar-sands-oil TV ad will pump Prime Minister Stephen Harper as a dirty dealer with China for pushing a pipeline that’s bad for American interests. “It’s a sucker punch to America’s...
Stephen Harper

Canadian Taxpayers Fund Harper’s $65,000 Keystone XL Advertising Trip

Recently revealed documents show Stephen Harper's recent trip to New York to promote the Keystone XL pipeline cost Canadian taxpayers more than $65,000.

Greenpeace Canada lambasts U.S. State Dept Keystone XL enviro impact assessment

Controversial oil sands pipeline project is the opposite of "environmentally sound", Greenpeace Canada's climate campaigner says.

Obama's climate hawk: John Kerry and the decision on Keystone XL

New U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry holds the power to decide if the controversial Keystone XL pipeline will go ahead or not. Given his track record, environmentalists have reason to hope that the...

Using her body to stop Keystone XL

Grace Cagle, 22, was alone, 80 feet up in the southern corner of the tree block, when the company brought the bulldozers in. “They drove this giant machine that cuts trees right up to the base of my...

The Northern Gateway brief: unhappy political options and geopolitical assessment

I spent much of last week in Alberta which, as anyone who has traveled across Canada knows, is a very different place from BC. While there, it became increasingly clear that talking about the oil...

How Susan Rice stands to gain from Canada's oil sands development

Pegged to replace Hilary Clinton as President Obama's Secretary of State, Rice and her Canadian husband together hold millions in stocks of major energy companies.