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Canada: Cement Building Burns

Canada: Cement Building Burns

from Anonymous / MtL Counter-info A recent night in June, a McInnis Cement building burns next to the horrible Port-Daniel cement plant. It left behind a blackened carcass. This fire burns for our humiliated hearts. May the ashes return to this land they devastated and the trees take over what’s left…
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Canada: All Charges Against Blockader Dismissed

Canada: All Charges Against Blockader Dismissed

by Leslie Knibbs / Anishinabek News A Quebec judge has ruled that Freddy Stoneypoint’s presence alone at the site of the blockade on August 15, 2017 was not enough to prove criminal intent. According to her ruling there was no direct evidence linking Stoneypoint to any of the charges. As a result, Stoneypoint was...
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BC First Nation Files Aboriginal Title Claim Challenging Fish Farms in their Territory

BC First Nation Files Aboriginal Title Claim Challenging Fish Farms in their Territory

by Laurie Hamelin / APTN News Dzawada’enuxw leaders outside BC Supreme Court in Vancouver. Photo courtesy Lindsey Mae Willie The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation of Kingcome Inlet filed a claim of Aboriginal title in British Columbia’s Supreme Court that affects ten fish farms in their traditional territory that they say are operating without their consent. “We have...
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Canada: Protesters Greet PM at Meeting With Trans Mountain Pipeline’s Indigenous-Led Oversight Committee

Canada: Protesters Greet PM at Meeting With Trans Mountain Pipeline’s Indigenous-Led Oversight Committee

from Warrior Publications Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was greeted by dozens of protesters as he arrived at the Cheam Multiplex in the B.C. Fraser Valley for a meeting about the Trans Mountain pipeline. He arrived in the Stó:lō community of Cheam early Tuesday to meet with members of the Indigenous Advisory and Monitoring Committee. The Indigenous-led...
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BC First Nation Files Aboriginal Title Claim Challenging Fish Farms in Their Territory

BC First Nation Files Aboriginal Title Claim Challenging Fish Farms in Their Territory

from Warrior Publications The Dzawada’enuxw First Nation of Kingcome Inlet filed a claim of Aboriginal title in British Columbia’s Supreme Court that affects ten fish farms in their traditional territory that they say are operating without their consent. “We have been saying no for 30 years,” says Lindsey Mae Willie of Dzawada’enuxw First Nation. “We have always...
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Vancouver Protesters Rally, Vow to Continue Pipeline Fight

Vancouver Protesters Rally, Vow to Continue Pipeline Fight

from Warrior Publications Indigenous and environmental groups organized a flash rally in Vancouver Tuesday evening in reaction to the announcement the federal government is buying out the Trans Mountain pipeline. Hundreds of First Nations groups, environmentalists and other concerned residents gathered on the grounds of Science World to protest the federal government’s plan. Will George,...
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Canada: Liberal Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline for $4.5 Billion

Canada: Liberal Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline for $4.5 Billion

from Red Power Media The Federal Liberal government is spending $4.5 billion to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline from Kinder Morgan. The deal includes all of Kinder Morgan Canada’s core assets. The purchase ensures that the Trans Mountain pipeline, which carries oil from Alberta to the west coast of British Columbia will begin a planned expansion this summer....
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Camp Cloud: Fighting Pipelines by Building a Radical Community Space

Camp Cloud: Fighting Pipelines by Building a Radical Community Space

from It’s Going Down Report and interview from those in so-called British Columbia resisting Kinder Morgan at Camp Cloud. This is a call out for support and report back from Camp Cloud in unceded Coast Salish territory in so-called British Columbia. Located at the gates of the Kinder Morgan (KM) facility on Burnaby mountain, Camp Cloud has been...
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Canada: Indigenous Activists Eye Oil Spill at Kinder Morgan Pumping Station

Canada: Indigenous Activists Eye Oil Spill at Kinder Morgan Pumping Station

from Warrior Publications Indigenous activists are keeping a close eye on an oil spill near Barriere, B.C., days before Kinder Morgan’s so-called deadline on its $7.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion project. On Sunday, the provincial Ministry of Environment said a flow meter leaked about 100 litres of crude oil into the ground at the Darfield...
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Canada and Kinder Morgan Want Tsleil-Waututh Nation to Pay Legal Fees Over Stalled Pipeline Project

Canada and Kinder Morgan Want Tsleil-Waututh Nation to Pay Legal Fees Over Stalled Pipeline Project

by Mike De Souza / National Observer Canada and an American energy company want a First Nation in British Columbia to pay for their legal fees following ‘significant’ delay and prejudice to a stalled pipeline expansion project. A lawyer for Texas-based Kinder Morgan made this request in a newly-released court submission from May 14...
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Kinder Morgan Pipeline Won’t Get Built Because of “Resistance on the Ground,” Vancouver Mayor Says

Kinder Morgan Pipeline Won’t Get Built Because of “Resistance on the Ground,” Vancouver Mayor Says

by Natalie Obiko Pearson / Bloomberg Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg Kinder Morgan Inc.’s proposed expansion of an oil pipeline to Canada’s Pacific Coast will never happen because local opposition to the project that’s dividing the nation is only going to intensify, according to the mayor of Vancouver. “I don’t think this project will go —...
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Canada: Labrador Protesters Detained in Ottawa While Demonstrating Against Muskrat Falls

Canada: Labrador Protesters Detained in Ottawa While Demonstrating Against Muskrat Falls

from Red Power Media Several people demonstrating against the Muskrat Falls project in Labrador were detained on Parliament Hill on Monday afternoon. Protesters were carrying signs of children, saying they wanted to place them on the desks of Members of Parliament to show the faces of the people at risk of methylmercury poisoning when...
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