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It’s time to say yes to people, no to oil

This Tuesday, an unprecedented journey started on the shores of Vancouver. For the first time ever, six people from as many First Nations set sail on board the Greenpeace ship MY Esperanza to Haida Gwaii, to help connect coastal communities opposing pipelines and super tankers to the seven-million-strong global movement against Arctic oil drilling.
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Thousands of industrial incidents raise serious concerns about toxic oil industry

Feature story | July 30, 2010 at 9:21

Greenpeace Canada, Sierra Club Prairie, Keepers of the Athabasca and Global Forest Watch Canada today released two databases compiled by prominent scientist Dr. Kevin Timoney, one with more than 6,500 incidents, regarding tar sands operations...

Greenpeace occupation succeeds in sending strong message to Enbridge

Feature story | July 29, 2010 at 15:20

(Vancouver) — More than 24 hours after Greenpeace started its occupation of Enbridge’s downtown Vancouver office, the protest has come to an end. Activists succeeded in sending a strong message to the pipeline giant that it must not build its...

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Blog entry by akanji | July 29, 2010

Since yesterday we've been on-site at Enbridge in Vancouver .  Greenpeace volunteers are currently locked down there to protest the proposed construction of the Northern Gateway pipeline, that would bring tar sands oil to the B.C.

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