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Old Trees Matter

Source: Sauvons la falaise facebook page Download here  On March 29th, the association Sauvons la Falaise organised a peaceful gathering to protest against the decision of the owner of the Meadowbrook Golf course in Cote Saint Luc to cut down old silver maple trees. This event is part of the association’s general fight for the preservation of […]

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Interview on Energy East pipeline impacts on Bay of Fundy with Tim Gray

[audio https://ia601508.us.archive.org/10/items/EnvironmentalDefenceInterview/Environmental%20Defence%20Interview.mp3] Click Here to Download This Report Environmental Defence is Canada’s most effective environmental action organization and recently joined forces with other environmental organizations as well as the First Nations people and citizens of St. John in order to call for a rejection of the Energy East pipeline in the Bay of Fundy, one of […]

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Interview with Kanahus Manuel

Yuct Ne Senxiymetkwe Camp Stands Up to Imperial Metals and the Mount Polley Mine Disaster [audio http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/kanahus_manuel_final.mp3] Click here to download audio Kanahus is a mother and warrior from the Secwpemc Nation in the Shuswap region of so-called British Columbia. She has been active in fighting against development projects and corporations such as the Sun Peaks […]

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Montreal Women Lock Down to Blockade Tar Sands Pipelines – Interview with Alyssa Symons-Bélanger

Click here to download audio At around 6:30am on October 7, four women locked themselves to the games of a Suncor oil refinery in Montreal’s east end to take direct action against the tar sands and Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline. Enbridge is hoping to reverse the flow of Line 9 by November 1st in order […]

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Naomi Klein Book Talk in Montreal – “This Changes Everything: Capitalism Vs. the Climate”

[audio http://www.radio4all.net/files/news@ckut.ca/1008-1-Naomi_Klein_talk_Sept_16_2014.mp3] Click here to download audio Naomi Klein was in Montreal on September 16, 2014 to launch her new book, “This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate” at the Imperial Theatre. The event was organized by Riccochet Media, and recorded by CKUT Radio. For more information on her new book, or to order a copy, […]

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Supreme Court Refuses to Protect Grassy Narrows’ Treaty 3 from Provincial and Corporate Actions

  click here to download audio On Friday, July 11 the Supreme Court refused to recognize the role that the federal government had in protecting Grassy Narrows’ Treaty 3 from provincial and corporate actions–in this case, logging in Ontario. CKUT’s Tiffany Lam spoke with Grassy Narrows’ Chief Roger Fobister to discuss the implications of the […]

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Police repression and political profiling affecting the environmental movement?

Click here to download audio The Quebec Network of Environmental groups announced at the end of last month their solidarity with the people who got arrested at the October 10th demonstration against a pipeline project. CKUT’s Amelie Phillipson spoke with the network’s general coordinator Bruno Masse about how the arrests happen at the demonstration, why […]

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Federal government removes DOT-111 train wagons, Greenpeace says that’s not enough

[audio https://ia902505.us.archive.org/13/items/PetrolTransportPatrickBoninGPInterview/Petrol%20transport%20-%20Patrick%20Bonin%20GP%20interview.mp3] Click here to download audio The federal government annouced that old DOT-111 train wagons that are used to transport petrol will be removed within three years. These wagons are the same that exploded in Lac-Megantic in the summer of 2013. Patrick Bonin from Greenpeace Quebec explains why his organization believes this measure is far from […]

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Montreals protest against pipelines and Tar Sands expansions

[audio https://ia601209.us.archive.org/29/items/GREENPEACEDemonstrationMixdown1/GREEN%20PEACE%20demonstration%20Mixdown%201.mp3] Click here to download audio On Friday, April 11th, indigenous and environmental groups were outside the Marriott hotel in Montreal to protest the presence of Canada’s new Minister of Environmental Resources, Greg Rickford. Rickford was in Montreal to promote the Enbridge Line 9 reversal project to bring Tar Sands oil to Montreal. 

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Mi’kmaq mother and activist protests harmful extraction on unseceded land

[audio https://ia701204.us.archive.org/6/items/ELIZAKNOCKWOODMixdown1/ELIZA%20KNOCKWOOD%20Mixdown%201.mp3] Click here to download audio On March 31st a Maritimes Energy Association Briefing came to a halt due to the protests of several Mi’kmaq women.The Nova Scotian Energy Minister’s plan to discuss new oil and gas projects in the province was interrupted when Eliza Knockwood, Mi’kmaq mother and activist, took the stage to protest harmful […]

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An Interview with Christopher Scott from Alliance Romaine

  Carla Green: Earlier this afternoon I spoke to Christopher Scott from Alliance Romaine about the group’s resistance to the development of the Romaine river in Northern Québec. We spoke about the ecological and economic problems with the project and why Alliance Romaine activists are walking around in front of Hydro Québec’s office at 8 […]