Fort McKoch? Construction of in situ facility planned next to Dunkirk River for 2016.
Report links oil sands pollution to dizziness, fatigue, and headaches in Alberta's northwest -- while another report clears the industry of cancer concerns in Fort Chipewyan area
An Alberta doctor tells U.S. Senators that the oil sands pollution is behind a huge spike in cancer rates -- that is 400 times the normal rate in one community.
Severe headaches, dizziness, rashes and loss of memory: all symptoms reported to a new hearing examining health effects of Alberta's rapidly expanding heavy oil industry.
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The oil sands. That’s the picture we are looking at today, more toxic pollution, more foreign control, more climate damage. But is it the picture of tomorrow?
A new study released today concludes that Koch Industries and its subsidiaries stand to make as much as $100 billion in profits if the controversial Keystone XL pipeline is given the go-ahead by U.S...
Members of Greenpeace were back in Vancouver today where the famed (infamous?) organization started more than 40 years ago as a small ragtag group of people trying to stop nuclear testing in the...
Reporters' questions to the Shell Canada president about the environment were met with positive but vague statements.
Young, gay and loving Fort McMurray, Jeremy Irla's promoting Canada's oil boom town, yet embracing a spirituality that reveres nature. You try and figure him out...