Several hundred protesters–some with plans to challenge police lines-are gathered on Parliament Hill’s lawn to protest tar sands development in Alberta and a pipeline to transport oil to the U.S.
APTN National News Environment Minister Peter Kent has announced new funding for tar sands oversight….
First Nations groups from the Treaty 8 area in north-eastern Alberta say the province’s new land use plan violates their Treaty rights.
First Nations leaders are in Washington D.C. to meet with the Obama Administration.
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 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.
One of the world’s largest oil companies says they are running out of oil.
The Alberta government’s newly appointed tar sands panel is only a few days old, but one of its members has already quit.