For the third time this year, Canadians woke up to news of an oil spill in Alberta. On June 18 an Enbridge Inc. pipeline leaked an estimated 230,000 litres of crude oil in Alberta.
Many of the groups opposing Northern Gateway aren’t led by stereotypical environmentalists—but some say the polarized debate is leading to “infuriating” assumptions and labeling.
As Greenpeace activists hung an anti-pipeline banner from the Lions Gate Bridge, Northern Gateway proponent Enbridge launched a multimillion-dollar ad campaign to counter B.C. opposition.
A West Vancouver mariner shares his response to Captain Mal Walsh’s letter, which previously described Enbridge’s tanker plans as a “train wreck waiting to happen”.
New documents reveal the RCMP has been spying on environmentalists and First Nations opponents of the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
First Nations leaders from across the country took thier protest to the Enbridge shareholders meeting in Toronto, voicing refusal of the Northern Gateway pipeline.
First Nations and supporters from across Canada are gearing up to bring their pipeline and tanker concerns to Enbridge’s annual shareholders meeting.
Despite ongoing attacks over foreign funding and political activity, the respected organization was one of several charities honoured by nonprofit Imagine Canada.
Rainforests, salmon and Spirit Bears: the isolated northern BC community of Hartley Bay provides an example of what's at stake when it comes to oil and gas.
One of Canada's most conservative commentators dodges funding questions about Ethical Oil in a conversation with VO.