British Columbia

Ta’ah (Amy George), Tsleil-Waututh Elder Will George, Tsleil-Waututh Member

On March 10th, members of Tsleil-Waututh are launching an ambitious project to stop Kinder Morgan.

Will you join?

To our dear friends and allies,

The moment to stop the dangerous Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project is upon us. 



An appeal to the provincial government to reconsider its decision.

Andrew Nikiforuk
Consumer Policy Institute warns of big rate hikes and pressure for taxpayer bailout.
sitec-blasting-snow.jpg Contractors were blasting last month at a quarry for Site C, but the big explosion could hit taxpayers and customers when the dam is done, says Brady Yauch. Photo from BC Hydro.


CBC staff

'The only way we can get any of those things is if we do all 3 of those things together,' PM says

Feb 02, 2018 

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sought to bridge the divide between Alberta and British Columbia on Friday with a vow that climate change and spill protection programs won't go ahead unless the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion is built. 

Thomas Walkom.

It's naive to think that reducing carbon emissions is costless, writes Thomas Walkom.

The latest pipeline faceoff between Alberta and British Columbia is more than a constitutional tussle.

It is also a reminder of the unresolved contradictions within Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s climate-change policy.

More specifically, it is a reminder that the core of that policy — the assertion that carbon emissions can be adequately reduced without significant economic cost — is simply not true.

kaur communications

VANCOUVER, Feb. 1, 2018 /CNW/ - An oil spill off the coast of Vancouver in Howe Sound, which has dumped hundreds of litres of diesel into the local marine environment is being decried by environmental groups today as proof of the danger of increased tanker traffic that could result from the Kinder Morgan pipeline.

Chris Hatch

The cosmos must be messing with Justin Trudeau and Rachel Notley. Just as the Kinder Morgan pipeline controversy surges to fever pitch over oil spill impacts, a barge near Vancouver has sunk, spilling diesel into the ocean in the territory of the Squamish Nation.

Media reports about threatened trade wars between B.C. and Alberta and commentary on the role of Justin Trudeau's government will now be accompanied by pictures of containment booms, spill responders and affected First Nations.

Vancouver Ecosocialist Group

Following are a series of videos of the event we held on January 25, 2018 'The City As A Site Of Struggle'.

Eugene Kung

January 29, 2018

“Regardless of your views on this particular pipeline (we are opposed, in case that wasn’t clear), anyone who thinks their locally-elected government or local First Nations shouldn’t get railroaded by a US corporation just because they have a federal approval should be very concerned about these recent developments.”


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