APTN National News CALGARY–The National Energy Board’s joint review panel gave the green light Thursday…
It was the last Friday in August and the radio was off in the 1959 Lincoln on the highway from Edmonton to Fort McMurray, Alta., when Neil Young first heard about the daunting legal costs facing the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation in their battle against the tar sands.
The contentious pipeline would bring bitumen from the tar sands and move it through Ontario’s waterloo region.
APTN National News Over the weekend numerous rallies against tar sands oil took place across…
Officers from the Houston, B.C., RCMP detachment are investigating an explosion set off at the gates of an anti-pipeline blockade in the province’s interior.
Protestors and advocates of a proposed pipeline tried to sway citizens in the Ottawa area.
One of the U.S.’s most prominent environmentalists has thrown his considerable clout and that of his organization behind Idle No More’s planned Oct. 7 day of action.
The British Columbia government has rejected the proposed Northern Gateway Pipeline, which plans to ship Alberta mined bitumen to the West Coast for shipping to Asian markets, over environmental concerns.
The chief of an Alberta First Nations battling a tar sands expansion on its territory says he is considering joining Idle No More’s call for a “Sovereignty Summer” campaign after the Supreme Court of Canada dismissed its case.