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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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The Billion Dollar "oops" at the Bruce Nuclear Station

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | March 24, 2011

Reading Catherine Porter’s thoughtful column today on nuclear risk, I was reminded an interesting things I learned reading a review of a book I co-authored on the history of Ontario Hydro. The review, by the avowedly pro-nuclear...

Why Enbridge is afraid of Ta'Kaiya Blaney

Blog entry by Stephanie Goodwin | March 24, 2011 7 comments

In my work for Greenpeace I meet special people pretty regularly.  And by special, I mean people who do the most unexpected things in the most wonderful ways.  Meet Ta’Kaiya.  She’s a ten-year old girl from North Vancouver who,...

Ten-year-old First Nations girl urges Ottawa to ban oil tankers from B.C.’s north coast

Feature story | March 24, 2011 at 11:00

Vancouver — Ten-year-old Ta’Kaiya Blaney from North Vancouver, B.C., has a message for Canadian MPs on the 22nd anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill: don’t let our shores meet a similar disastrous fate.

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