Mainstream media reports claim that on Monday, Enbridge shutdown the Line 9 tar sands pipeline for security reasons. This is what actually happened.
Today people in so called Quebec shut down the valve of Enbridge’s controversial Line 9B pipeline.
Kahnawake Mohawks made good on their promise to escalate actions, by blocking train traffic for over an hour, since Montreal’s mayor hasn’t canceled the scheduled 8 billion litre raw sewage water dump.
A warning to Montreal’s Mayor Coderre from Mohawk women not to dump human waste in the St. Lawrence river.
Tsimshian people in so-called “BC” square off against Petronas LNG workers trying to carry out drilling in and around the sensitive ecosystem of Lelu Island.
In the 1990s the Nuxalk Nation engaged in a campaign of direct action to stop logging in the Great Bear Rainforest, before their struggle was hijacked and betrayed by NGOs like Greenpeace.
First Nations women and supporters sent a clear message to TransCanada this Wednesday evening that the Energy East pipeline is not welcome through First Nations lands.
Indigenous land defenders blocking energy company Petronas from building a liquified natural gas (LNG) terminal on Lelu Island.
TransCanada workers kicked off Unist’ot’en land, where the company is seeking to build several pipelines for tar sands oil and fracked gas.