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MP Chuck Strahl

Democracy Watch Calls for Ethics Inquiry into Chuck Strahl, Spy Watchdog and Enbridge Lobbyist

Democracy Watch is urging the ethics commissioner to formally investigate SIRC chair Chuck Strahl's illegal activities and conflicts of interest related to energy giant Enbridge.

Canada's spy watchdogs should not be acting as lobbyists

Many are expressing outrage now that the public has become aware that Chuck Strahl is acting as a lobbyist for Enbridge, the company hoping to build a controversial oil pipeline...
Unist'ot'en Camp sign

In light of Northern Gateway pipeline recommendation, Unist'ot'en blockade camp ups the ante

First Nations blockade camp standing in the path of Northern Gateway gets an influx of volunteer applications

Lawsuits and massive civil disobedience to come, Enbridge pipeline opponents warn

Environmental groups say choices now include legal avenues, political campaigns and direct action.

National Energy Board responds to questions on spying

The National Energy Board (NEB) responded in writing today to Ecojustice’s questions about its conduct in coordinating spying in conjunction with CSIS and the RCMP on anti-oil sands environmental...
Clean up efforts on the Kalamazoo River

Kalamazoo activist could face federal charges for Enbridge pipeline protest

Chris Wahmhoff spent 10 hours inside Enbridge's Line 6B pipeline and is now facing up to three years in prison

Damning statements in Forest Ethics Advocacy vs. Harper government, Enbridge, NEB case

Affadavits cite Canadian Charter of Human Rights violations, government favoritism towards Enbridge, and an application designed to deter participation.

Federal "polluter pays" announcement for tanker spills on BC coast doesn't hold water

The release of a new federal report recommends improvements to Canada's tanker spill regime on the BC coast. Yet onlookers worry the recommendations aren't enough to hold industry accountable.

Harper government's extensive spying on anti-oilsands groups revealed in FOIs

Independent federal agency, National Energy Board, directly coordinated effort between CSIS, the RCMP and private oil companies.

UBC Students Prepare for Saturday's Climate Rally

UBC Forestry student Cohen Hocking takes hope from how quickly his parents changed their mind on climate and pipelines. "I'm hopeful that broad change can happen fast," he said.