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The Raw Materials That Fuel the Green Revolution

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It can be done – for the benefit of the environment and Indigenous Peoples who share in these essential projects. Maintenance keeps pipelines safe

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Pipeline protestors to cost Alberta treasury at least $2.5B in 2018

"Anti-pipeline protesters are costing Albertans billions of dollars in lost revenue. You read that right — billions."

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"Campaigns consistently portray a united Indigenous anti-development front and allies of the green movement, but some Indigenous leaders are becoming alarmed that they could be permanently frozen out of the mainstream economy if resource projects don’t go ahead."

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More than 205 billion litres of raw sewage and untreated waste water spewed into Canada's rivers and oceans last year

 

So where are the protestors?

 

http://www.cbc.ca/1.3889072

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Radio Inteview: Why We Need Keystone XL

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Kenneth Green: Attack on fracking by B.C. Activists Agnores Science that Practice is Safe

Once again, hydraulic fracturing — a well-studied and long-used method of producing oil and gas — has come under attack in British Columbia.

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For The World's Sake, Canada Should Be Last To Phase Out Oil

If we stop now, then other countries - often less focused on human rights and the environment - will be happy to take our place.

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Write Your MP

Let me be very clear about social media; we’re strongly committed to it as a way for Canada Action to speak to Canadian citizens like you and your colleagues, friends and family.

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Canadian Oil Pays the Rent

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