Lubicon Lake Nation members involved in a blockade against energy firm Penn West are still mulling what to do in response to an injunction ordering them to take down their anti-fracking camp.
For decades the Lubicon Lake Cree Nation in northern Alberta has been a house divided.
A year after a massive 4.5 million litre oil spill on Lubicon Lake Cree territory, one of their members says the spill is still not cleaned up and she wants to know why.
Thousands of firefighters from British Columbia, Saskatchewan and from across Alberta are fighting for control of a massive wildfire.
A beleaguered First Nations community already dealing with the health and environmental impacts of a massive oil spill is now starting to evacuate as raging forest fires in northern Alberta, which have already consumed part of a town, creep closer.
Lubicon youth have turned to YouTube to tell the world about what they are now facing in the wake of Alberta’s largest oil spill in the last 30 years.
The chief of the Lubicon Cree says the Alberta government’s recent apologies for the devastating oil spill on Lubicon territory is not enough.
The Lubicon Cree say the Alberta government has done little since 28,000 barrels of crude oil spilled from a broken pipeline onto lands claimed by the First Nations community.
There are growing fears about the extent of a massive oil spill from a pipeline in northern Alberta.