Climate Change

Charlie Smith
Grand Chief Stewart Phillip has been one of the most vocal critics of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project. COAST PROTECTORS FACEBOOK
March 10th, 2018
This week, Alberta premier Rachel Notley threatened to cut oil shipments to B.C. if the province interferes with Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
Diane Francis
[The proponents of Russiagate ​are becoming unhinged! Turns out that the reason LNG ​development ​isn't proceeding in B​ritish Columbia is that the Russkies have subverted it and other resource development.]


Rebecca Savransky
Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger



Former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R) is planning to sue oil companies, alleging they are "knowingly killing people all over the world."

Schwarzenegger said during an interview with Politico's "Off Message" podcast that he is still working on the timing for his push, but he is now speaking with private law firms.

Oliver C​rook
Young climate activists, between the ages of eight and nineteen, are fighting in court to force the US government to take action against climate change. Photo credit: Our Children's Trust

 March 8, 2018

A three-judge panel in California unanimously ruled that the lawsuit of 21 young people, who want to force the government to take action on climate change, can proceed.


Yesterday, I joined a team of Ottawa area residents to form a ‘Pipeline Evidence Unit’. Our goal was to search the Prime Minister's Office and government buildings on Parliament Hill for any shred of evidence proving that Kinder Morgan is -- as Trudeau claims climate safe, spill-proof and compatible with Canada’s commitments to Indigenous rights.

Watch this video to see what we found:

Carl Meyer

Ontario’s environment minister says statements made by contenders in the provincial Progressive Conservative Party leadership race have made him concerned for his children’s future.

Ian Urquhart

March 5, 2018 

Alberta recently took its battle with British Columbia over Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project to B.C.’s major daily newspapers.

The provincial government’s full-page advertisement lamented the dispute between the Alberta and B.C. governments over the need and wisdom of the pipeline project.

Zack Labe

What is happening in the Arctic is now beyond words, so here are the pictures

Barry Saxifrage
Oilsands expansion is digging Canada a deeper and deeper hole writes Barry Saxifrage. Photo by Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press

 February 20th 2018

Carbon pollution from oilsands expansion is radically undermining Canada's plan to fight climate change. On the present course, almost everything else in Canada would have to shut down for the country to meet its climate change targets.


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