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Jonathan Wilkinson: the Minister of Greenwash

12.11.19 | Campaigns, Climate, Election - Canada 2019, No Tankers, Op-Ed | 

After working for ExxonMobil and Shell, it looks like his job now is to grow Canada’s oil sands After the 2019 federal election, Alberta premier Jason Kenney laid out his demands for Ottawa. He wanted Environment Minister Catherine McKenna, whom he called “anti-pipeline,” replaced with someone the oil companies could trust. Prime Minister Trudeau tapped […]

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Federal government hiding true cost of Trans Mountain pipeline

12.10.19 | Campaigns, Media, No Tankers | 

Petition Launched Demanding Full Disclosure For Immediate Release Vancouver, December 10, 2019— A growing number of voices, including First Nations, economists and environmental organizations, are demanding the Federal government release its updated cost for building the Trans Mountain pipeline (TMX). The Federal government has not provided information to Canadians—who, as taxpayers, are on the hook […]

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The road to reforming mining in B.C.

12.06.19 | Campaigns, Mining, News | 

2019 brought partial victories, but the hard work lies ahead This week B.C. ministers George Heyman and Doug Donaldson announced the provincial government would end logging in the “donut hole,” an unprotected piece of the Skagit River headwaters next to Manning Park. But Imperial Metals still holds a mining tenure in the same area, and […]

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