As APTN reported last week, a new study on the Mackenzie River Basin has raised new concerns in the Northwest Territories.
U.S. President Barack Obama recently decided to delay the Keystone XL pipeline and in response, the Canadian government is ramping up efforts to capitalize on the lucrative gas and oil market in Asia.
It has faced protests on both sides of the border, and now the U.S. State Department has ordered a review of the $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline in a decision that could delay the project until after 2012 U.S. Presidential election.
The federal Conservative government has a weak grasp of the tar sands’ environmental impact, according to the federal environmental watchdog.
reenpeace is using Aboriginal people for the organization’s own aims in their fight against the tar sands, according to Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau.
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