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No Line 3 Graphic

21246398_808363559370722_1653381358589431561_oby Jackie Fawn Illustrations, September 2, 2017
Hey fam! It’s been getting real all over turtle Island with all of these disasters and heartbreaking events. We must all rise up and stand for the water, if not for ourselves for those who can’t stand or speak. If you can’t open your eyes to the global changes, then this art is for you as well as for the others who need to know or who are taking charge in stopping the construction of pipelines, rigs, and all that destroys the natural world. Read the rest of this entry
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Eastbound and down: Atlantic Canada is the next major pipeline battleground

ndigenous peoples protest outside the National Energy Board public hearings on Enbridge Line 9 oil pipeline, in Toronto, Friday October 18, 2013.

Indigenous peoples protest outside the National Energy Board public hearings on Enbridge Line 9 oil pipeline, in Toronto, Friday October 18, 2013.

Melissa Campeau, Financial Post, May 8, 2014

Western-based oil pipeline projects have for several years generated opposition worthy of Hollywood dramas. This past March, for example, police arrested hundreds of Keystone XL protesters who had tied themselves to a White House fence in opposition to the deeply divisive development. On this side of the border, environmental groups and Aboriginal communities flooded the courts with lawsuits last December-10 when all was said and done-beginning just three hours after the Joint Review Panel gave the go-ahead to the Northern Gateway pipeline in northern B.C. Read the rest of this entry

Two giant oil pipelines proposed to speed “doubling” of tar sands

Tar Sands factory complex in northern Alberta.

Tar Sands factory complex in northern Alberta.

Two major oil pipelines — the most expensive in Canada — passed key hurdles this week: Energy East and Line 3 Replacement.  Observers say they lead to “massive” environmental and economic consequences.

Mychaylo Prystupa, Vancouver Observer, Mar 6th, 2014

In a dizzying week of oil announcements, two new giant west-to-east pipelines passed key milestones.  If built, the pipelines would rapidly expand Alberta’s oil sands, cause massive environmental impacts, and trigger thousands of new jobs, according to several observers. Read the rest of this entry