Summit Strengthens Alliances Against Coastal Gaslink Pipeline

The conflict over the Coastal GasLink project is about more than the fate of a single pipeline or the territory of one Indigenous nation. The precedent set here will have far-reaching [...]

The Indigenous Grandmothers Who Stopped A Pipeline

By Lindsay Jones, Maclean's. -

Cheryl Maloney’s eyes glossed over with tears as she stood near the bank of the Stewiacke River in the middle of Nova Scotia. The news was finally sinking in. Behind her, about 100 people filled [...]

Chester County Residents Protest Mariner East Pipeline Construction

By PA Environment Daily. -

This pipeline project is slated to take natural gas liquids out of the US to overseas markets. Before reaching the Marcus Hook shipping port, the line traverses 350 miles of personal and [...]

Wet’suwet’en Water Protectors Evade RCMP As Police Mobilize For Raid

By It's Going Down. -

Two weeks after Wet’suwet’en water protectors evicted Coastal GasLink workers and occupied a key pipeline drill site, water protectors executed a strategic retreat to avoid arrest and violence at [...]

Judge Rules Thousands Of Disputed DAPL Documents Are Public Records

By Blake Nicholson, KPVI. -

A state judge has ruled that thousands of documents related to security during the construction in North Dakota of the heavily protested Dakota Access Pipeline are public and subject to the [...]

Prosecutor Sought Enbridge Funding To Prosecute Water Protectors

The Center for Protest Law & Litigation has obtained documents through our ongoing investigation showing that Jonathan Frieden, the lead prosecutor in Hubbard County, Minnesota, who is seeking to [...]

CN Rail Wins Right To Privately Prosecute Rail Blockade Participants

By Colin Dacre, Prince George Citizen. -

CN Rail has won the right to privately pursue criminal charges against three people who participated in a 2020 rail blockade in northern B.C., despite the fact that provincial prosecutors [...]

Indigenous Leaders Pledge To Oppose New Enbridge Developments

By Darren Thompson, Native News Online. -

On November 5, the Canadian oil company Enbridge announced that it plans to increase capacity on its pipeline system that connects a crude-oil storage hub in Oklahoma to the Texas Gulf Coast, now [...]

Air Board Denies Key Permit For Mountain Valley Pipeline

By Gabby Brown, Sierra Club. -

Today, in a victory for environmental justice, the Virginia Air Pollution Control Board voted 6-1 to deny the air quality permit for the proposed Lambert Compressor Station. The station would [...]

Battle Over Jordan Cove Energy Project Is Over After Developers Pull Plug

By Liam Moriarty, OPB. -

The bitter and protracted battle over the Jordan Cove Energy Project has finally come to a close. The Calgary-based Pembina company formally asked federal energy regulators Wednesday to withdraw [...]

Line 3 Replacement Has Been Completed So Why Are Activists Still Camping Out?

By Yasmine Askari, MinnPost. -

Every few days, Jaike Spotted-Wolf walks over to a well near Camp Migizi to refill several five-gallon water containers. At the camp, where Spotted-Wolf is one of several matriarchs, there is no [...]

Violence Against Wet’suwet’en And Apparent Police, Industry Collusion

By Brent Patterson, Rabble.ca. -

By January 24, 2014, the RCMP’s Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Team (CIIT) had produced an intelligence assessment on Criminal Threats to the Canadian Petroleum Industry that notes “violent [...]

Slew Of Journalists And Land Defenders Released From Custody

By Amanda Follett Hosgood, The Tyee. -

Ten people remain in custody in Prince George after a bail hearing for those arrested on Wet’suwet’en territory last week went overtime Monday. Most of those released agreed to a condition that [...]

Activist Interview: The Life Force, And The ‘Pipe Filled With Poison’

By Patricia Lane, National Observer. -

Shay Lynn Sampson is determined she won’t be telling her children what salmon used to taste like or what it was like to live close to their land. She is one of the Indigenous people [...]

Police Launch Third Militarized Raid Against Wet’suwet’en Land Defenders

By Brent Patterson, PBI Canada. -

The RCMP arrested 15 people on Thursday November 18 as the land defence struggle against the construction of the Coastal GasLink fracked gas pipeline on Wet’suwet’en territory in northern British [...]