Alberta Tar Sands

Artists shed new light on Enbridge, tar sands and environmental destruction

Lindy Sisson is one of four Vancouver artists featured here who are using their art to raise awareness about the oil pipelines.

Final Healing Walk draws more than 200

"Stop the destruction, start the healing," was the rallying cry for hundreds at yesterday's final Healing Walk, at the edge of the tar sands, in Fort McMurray.

Oil sands: a promise and a curse

Thoughts for responsible oil sands development: a visitor's perspective

Line 9 approval "incredibly dangerous" failure by government, environmental groups say

Environmental groups say decision is invalid because NEB has failed in its mandate to protect the public interest.

Harper's "Hail Mary"

Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says the decision to appoint Jim Prentice to sell Northern Gateway to BC First Nations is too little too late.
Salish Sea Winter Gathering

Kinder Morgan's letter to potential NEB hearing intervenors called "undemocratic", even "disgusting"

Some experts fear the 15-page letter will intimidate people unfamiliar with the process into withdrawing their applications.

BC coast risk of oil spill 68% higher if oil tanker traffic increases with new projects: study

With each new pipeline, more tankers and a higher risk of an oil spill.

Obama may put off Keystone XL decision due to conflict of interest claims

With U.S. Democrats suggesting a restart on the environmental review of the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama may further delay his decision on the project, which the House approved to build last...

Schools along Kinder Morgan pipeline unprepared for disaster?

"So, basically, we're on our own," Wendy Major, a retired schoolteacher from Chilliwack, said.

Happy Canada Day? Learning about Treaties in tar sands territory

Want to be patriotic on Canada Day? Consider learning about the treaties.