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  • Action: World's Dirtiest Oil - Stop the Tar Sands

    Blogpost by JessieS - July 28, 2008 at 14:45 7 comments

    Stop the Tar Sands - banner installation Prior to this action, I had been to the tar sands more than once. I knew the tar sands are the largest industrial project on the face of the earth. I knew the tar sands displace an area the size of Vancouver Island and will grow to consume an area th... Read more >

  • The World According to Monsanto

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - July 22, 2008 at 13:18 3 comments

    Its heartening to know that the company that brought you agent orange, wants control of your food supply. Those who heard Percy Schmeiser speaking in British Columbia earlier this month know well what Monsanto is capable of. Now the the full story ... Read more >

  • 823 pipeline failures in Alberta in 2007

    Blogpost by JessieS - July 18, 2008 at 16:10 2 comments

    Transcanada's Keystone Pipeline is underway to take 590 000 barrels per day (bpd) from Alberta down south to the U.S. Midwest by 2009. The company has just said that its is going forth with a $7million expansion to ship 300 000 bpd from the Midwest to... Read more >

  • Alberta government's $4B Climate Sham

    Blogpost by JessieS - July 15, 2008 at 15:39 4 comments

    The Alberta government has a new billion dollar plan all right, but it’s not a climate change plan, it’s a PR plan to attempt to distract Albertans from the real issues facing us today- the main one being the Alberta tar sands.

    The Alberta government... Read more >

  • Safe to go in the water?

    Blogpost by Josh Brandon - July 9, 2008 at 13:16 2 comments

    Once again, toxic algae blooms are causing havoc of Canadian waterways. A new Greenpeace report finds that agriculture is largely to blame. Pollution from livestock farms and excess use of fertilizers are the big contributers. Read the report: Dead... Read more >

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