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Why I got arrested for blocking Kinder Morgan

Vancouver writer and activist Kyle Farquharson explains his decision to get arrested for blocking Kinder Morgan's pipeline expansion, asking, "How can an enterprise serve Canada’s 'national interest' while undermining the bes...
China's emissions drop, global cleantech boom are grounds for optimism on climate change

On Energy & First Nations, politicians want to have their cake and eat it too

Building pipelines is necessary for fighting climate change. We can respect First Nations while violating their least according to Canada's political leaders, who want to have their cake and eat it too.
Former TD Bank Comptroller: Site C Dam too costly, unnecessary

New poll: Most British Columbians favour banning salmon farms

Read this May 1 Chek story on a new poll conducted by Mainstreet Research, revealing that a majority of British Columbians – especially strong on Vancouver Island – would support banning open net pen Atlantic salmon farms. ...
First Nations show Nancy Greene Raine, Harper govt positive alternative to open net fish farms