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Energy firm behind Dakota Access Pipeline sues demonstrators

dapl-signBy David Ward, APTN National News, August 23, 2017

The company behind the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline is suing Greenpeace and other organizations it has labeled as “rogue environmental groups and militant individuals.”

Energy Transfer Partners filed the lawsuit with U.S. federal court on August 22.

The company alleges the group of “co-conspirators manufactured and disseminated materially false and misleading information about Energy Transfer and the Dakota Access Pipeline for the purpose of fraudulently inducing donations, interfering with pipeline construction activities and damaging Energy Transfer’s critical business and financial relationships.” Read the rest of this entry

Video: The Battle Of The Great Bear Rainforest

by, Vimeo, Sept 28, 2015

In the 1990’s the Nuxalk Nation engaged in a campaign of direct action, to stop logging on their traditional lands, also known as the Great Bear Rainforest. Nuxalk Hereditary Chief Qwatsinas, was at the forefront of this struggle.

To find out more about how the battle for the Great Bear Rainforest was hijacked by Greenpeace and other environmental NGO’s visit –

Lions Gate Bridge traffic slowed as Greenpeace protesters hang banner

The Vancouver Sun, Canadian Press May 29, 2012

Greenpeace hang massive banner off of Lion’s Gate bridge in Vancouver, May 29, 2012.

METRO VANCOUVER – A Greenpeace protest in Vancouver aimed at an oil pipeline expansion project was blown slightly off course Tuesday morning.

Activists dropped a huge banner below the Lions Gate bridge reading “Save our coast, no tar sands pipelines” to protest a plan by Kinder Morgan to more than double the capacity of its existing pipeline from Alberta to Burnaby. Read the rest of this entry