British Columbia

12/11/17

​Join BROKE on Thursday, November 23 for the Vancouver premier of​ This Living Salish Sea, and help raise funds for Pull Together, which funds First Nation legal challenges to Kinder Morgan. We will be screening it at The Cinematheque, doors 7 p.m., screening 7:30 p.m..

12/11/17
Author: 
Molina Dawson.

From: Carla Voyageur
Sent: November 11, 2017 2:21 PM
Subject: press release with footage

 

MARINE HARVEST MOVES TO EVICT FIRST NATIONS

Desperate to resume operations despite warnings from First Nations and Province of BC

 

12/11/17
Author: 
Dr. Warren Bell , Amy Lubik
Darryl Penner, an employee of TRICAN Well Service, takes a break outside of fracking operation at a site near Rosebud, Alberta. TIM FRASER / CALGARY HERALD

Published on: November 10, 2017

Prior to last spring’s provincial election, the B.C. NDP promised to appoint a panel to examine the impacts of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, in B.C., a review that would include an investigation into the natural gas industry’s impacts on water, earthquakes and greenhouse gas emissions.

08/11/17
Author: 
Climate Convergence Metro Vancouver

Want some more skills when confronting Kinder Morgan? Here are some upcoming training sessions to help you out. [More details in events]

08/11/17
Author: 
Peter McCartney

Who do these Texas cowboys think they are?


Here in BC, we have rules — and when Kinder Morgan installed snow fencing in seven BC streams to prevent salmon from spawning this fall, they stomped on them.

08/11/17
Author: 
Mike De Souza
Federal Justice Minister and Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould speaks to reporters in Ottawa on April 13, 2017. File photo by The Canadian Press

The Trudeau government will be on the sidelines in late November as a Kinder Morgan executive is cross examined over his allegations that the City of Burnaby was deliberately delaying permits to block the Texas-based company's west coast pipeline expansion project, the National Energy Board said late on Monday.

06/11/17
Author: 
Carla Wilson
First Nations demonstrators gather around a fire at the B.C. legislature on Thursday, calling for an end to open-net fish farms. They drew about 200 supporters to their cause. Photograph By AMY SMART

First Nations protesters danced and drummed around a crackling fire in front of the B.C. legislature Thursday, calling for an end to open-net fish farms.

Leaders of the protest, which drew about 200 supporters, say now that the NDP says it’s listening, they want to see farm tenures revoked.

Thursday marked Day 70 of the occupation of two Marine Harvest farms in the Broughton Archipelago, off northeast Vancouver Island.

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