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Over 160 musicians, journalists and record labels have signed the statement in support of the Unist'ot'en camp opposing a pipeline project in northern B.C. Read more


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Polina Teif

Understanding the history of First Nations governance provides crucial context to the current conflict between TransCanada and the Wet’suwet’en First Nation over pipeline plans in northern BC Read more


For many Canadians, the idea of reconciliation with Indigenous peoples died last week when the RCMP sent heavily-armed police to break up the Unist'ot'en protest camp that has been blocking pipeline plans for a decade in northern BC Read more


When Justin Trudeau’s father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, was prime minister, an inquiry he called into construction of a pipeline through the Northwest Territories recommended a 10-year moratorium on the project to consult First Nations Read more


National Energy Board bows to public pressure to give the boot to panelists facing conflict charges over Energy East review, but that won't solve Trudeau's pipeline problem Read more

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Zach Ruiter

NDP leader Thomas Mulcair was in town Canada Day to answer what he calls "one of the most extraordinary questions I have ever been asked in my political career" – and it wasn't about that dalliance with the HarperCons in 2007 Read more

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