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What would the Enbridge pipeline hearings be like if we heard the truth?

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | February 8, 2013

The tar sands may be visible from space but they have been rendered invisible to the environmental review panel assessing Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline.  That’s an impressive feat, as it ensures that the review panel won’t...

Orca blows the whistle on Enbridge’s latest ad campaign

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | October 10, 2013

One of the great things about working at Greenpeace is that people like to share things with you that they believe need to be in the public domain.  So I was delighted to get a leaked copy of   the scripts and “ mood board ” for...

Is Enbridge overstating support for Gateway pipeline?

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | June 6, 2012

Yesterday, Enbridge announced that sixty per cent of First Nations along the Northern Gateway pipeline route had signed on to take an equity stake in the pipeline. Company spokesperson Paul Stanway was quoted saying : "It's a good...

Gateway-sized oil by rail project planned for northern British Columbia

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | September 22, 2013 1 comment

CN Rail, Nexen and the federal government have been working on a plan to ship bitumen from the tar sands by train through British Columbia, according to  documents obtained by Greenpeace  under Access to Information legislation. ...

People power vs Enbridge’s multi-million dollar pipeline PR campaign

Blog entry by Melina Laboucan-Massimo | May 30, 2012

Greenpeace may not have their $5 million to spend on ads, but we stole Enbridge’s spotlight yesterday.   Enbridge, which is trying to build a new tar sands pipeline across the Rockies and through the Great Bear rainforest,...

Defending our Coasts from Oil’s Risky Business

Blog entry by Keith Stewart | October 30, 2012 2 comments

The events of the last week made it abundantly clear that oil is a risky business. On Saturday, a powerful earthquake shook Canada’s West Coast, leading to a tsunami warning. Thankfully, the damage was limited. But the quake had ...

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