Kinder Morgan serves legal papers to pipeline opponent via Facebook

The battle over Burnaby Mountain heated up in a Vancouver courtroom. Several residents were hastily served with legal notices claiming they have been interfering with Kinder Morgan's survey work.
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Kinder Morgan slaps Burnaby residents with multi-million-dollar lawsuit

“I feel outraged politically that this could happen in a democracy – that a foreign massive company can accuse you of trespassing on a park" - SFU professor Stephen Collis

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How would you save Vancouver in two minutes? Mayoral Forum in Chinatown

Bikes and subways. Towers and shelters. Dogs and cats.

Energy East facing many foes: land owners, enviros, Aboriginals and politicians

TransCanada submitted its application to build the largest oil pipeline in North America, triggering reaction across Canada.

Aritzia, ASOS, Levi Strauss & Co. join companies in effort to safeguard the world’s forests

Vancouver-based Canopy let big clothes companies know rayon, viscose, modal, lyocell and other trademarked cellulosic fabrics start their journey as trees.

14th annual Media Democracy Days announces line up

Check out the Petrocultures and Media Activism panel on Nov. 8 at the Vancouver Public Library.

Roundhouse Radio 98.3 Hires Tracey Friesen as Director of Programming

“The vision for Roundhouse Radio was simply irresistible and the team behind it impressive,” says Friesen.