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Ottawa ‘clearly’ sees a path forward to defuse rail blockades: Miller


Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller says there is a clear “path forward” to defuse the ongoing tensions caused by protests that have hamstrung the country’s transportation network, despite some Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs refusing to meet until the RCMP leave their territory. Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller arrives at a meeting with representatives of the …

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Oil spills: Invisible and toxic


News 1. Alton Gas appeal hearing, day one That Alton gas site. Photo: Philip Moscovitch Jennifer Henderson reports on day one of a two-day hearing in Nova Scotia Supreme Court regarding an appeal by the Sipekne’katik First Nation which argues, “the approval granted Alton [Gas] to hollow out salt caverns …

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Gas prices expected to spike amid pipeline protests


As the anti-pipeline protests continue to shut down crucial parts of Canada’s infrastructure, the CostalGas Link pipeline and there is much confusion when it comes to the Wet’suwet’en people’s stance on it. The Premier of BC John Horgan told the CBC that it’s a fight within the nation between the …

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