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Mychaylo Prystupa

Mychaylo Prystupa is a journalist and video producer specializing in sustainability. He also filed more than 1,000 CBC TV News stories across Canada, as well as a documentary that he shot and produced in China.

Articles

Haisla girl - Kitimat plebiscite vote result gathering - Mychaylo Prystupa
Apr 14th, 2014
"It doesn't get much more grassroots than this," MP Nathan Cullen said, as people sang and beat drums in the background.
Apr 13th, 2014
Canada's new Natural Resources Minister must decide before mid-June if the Northern Gateway project goes forward.
Janet Holder - Vice President Northern Gateway - Kitimat - Mychaylo Prystupa
Apr 12th, 2014
Can Northern Gateway continue without social license?
Sea lion in the Douglas Channel - Mychaylo Prystupa
Apr 12th, 2014
Vancouver Observer spent the day boating the Douglas Channel -- and found sea lions on one of the infamous "deleted" Enbridge islands.
Apr 12th, 2014
The list of Aboriginal communities and municipalities opposed to Northern Gateway grew, with the addition of Yinka Dene Alliance for First Nations, from north central B.C.
Voices of the Northern Gateway pipline - Kitmat vote - Vancouver Observer
Apr 12th, 2014
Today, citizens in the northwest coastal B.C. community of Kitimat are expected to make a record voter turn out for a plebiscite on Enbridge.
Humpback whale in Douglas Channel - Marc Young and family in Kitimat
Apr 11th, 2014
Kitimat dad Marc Young worries how a massive increase in oil super tankers will literally strike and kill the Douglas Channel's now thriving whale population.
Enbridge officials face questions at Northern Gateway open house in Kitimat
Apr 10th, 2014
With a critical vote approaching, an Open House enabled many people to ask tough questions about the Northern Gateway pipeline
Kitimat Mayor Joanne Monaghan No Enbridge Haisla Basketball Game - Dan Mesec
Apr 9th, 2014
Mayor stunned as crowd roars, "No Enbridge! No Enbridge! No Enbridge!", nearly everyone wearing black protest shirts.
Apr 3rd, 2014
Nearly a thousand people and organizations that applied to speak out at the upcoming federal review of the proposed Kinder Morgan oil sands pipeline expansion project will literally not have their...
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