Yinka Dene Alliance

B.C. union joins First Nations vowing to use law to fight pipelines

VANCOUVER — A union representing 65,000 workers in British Columbia has signed a declaration vowing to oppose pipelines from crossing the territories of more than 130 First Nations. The B.C....

“Totalitarian” state surveillance on First Nations adds to “demonization” of pipeline critics: Grand Chief

New documents reveal the RCMP has been spying on environmentalists and First Nations opponents of the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.

After Enbridge AGM, pipeline opponents hopeful

After an amazing rally in Toronto where the Yinka Dene Alliance and supporters led the march to the Enbridge Annual General Meeting, a number of people who had registered proxies were denied entry to...

Enbridge shareholder meeting protest #FreedomTrain

After a cross-Canada tour, the Yinka Dene Alliance joins hundreds of supporters in Toronto for the final Freedom Train protest. We're keeping up with the action via Twitter.

Freedom Train arrives in Toronto ready to storm Enbridge AGM

First Nations and supporters from across Canada are gearing up to bring their pipeline and tanker concerns to Enbridge’s annual shareholders meeting.

First Nations resist Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline with cross-Canada Freedom Train

The Yinka Dene Alliance departs on Monday for a nationwide journey on the Freedom Train, to storm Enbridge's AGM in opposition to the Northern Gateway pipeline.

B.C. pipeline opposition joined by eastern counterparts in Ottawa

Ontario campaigners add their voices to pipeline opposition, as B.C. Northern Gateway critics make their case in the nation’s capital this week.

Aboriginal pipeline opponents seek support from China

As Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives in China, B.C.'s Yinka Dene Alliance attempts to sway Chinese opinion with an open letter condemning Canadian oil sands projects.

Gitxsan Treaty Society accepts Enbridge Northern Gateway deal

After an alliance of BC First Nations promised to block pipelines to the coast, Gitxsan negotiators announced a $7 million deal with oil giant Enbridge.

Naomi Klein and First Nations leaders unite at anti-pipeline forum

Naomi Klein joined activists and First Nations groups at the Rio Theatre for a public forum opposing BC tar sands projects.
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