[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 […]
[audio https://ia801503.us.archive.org/10/items/VanessaGrayInterviewFinalCutMp3/Vanessa%20Gray%20interview%20(Final%20cut)%20mp3.mp3] Click here to download audio. On June 18, the Canadian government’s National Energy Board (NEB)–an independent economic regulatory agency for pipelines, power lines, and oil and gas importation–imposed further conditions on Enbridge Inc.’s controversial Line 9B pipeline reversal project, stating that it must perform hydrostatic testing along three of its segments before it officially begins shipping crude […]
Click here to download audio Jean-François Larose est deputé fédéral pour la circonscription de Repentigny, co fondateur de Forces et démocratie, opposé au pipeline Énergie Est, également opposé au contexte politique qui appui le pipeline. Le voici en entrevue avec Leila Lemghalef.
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 […]
[audio https://ia902503.us.archive.org/19/items/PanelDiscussionTarSandsAndPipelines/Panel%20discussion%20tar%20sands%20and%20pipelines.mp3] Click here to download audio On Friday, April 25th, Off the Hour was joined in studio and by phone by a panel of guests who talked about climate change, the tar sands, and pipelines. Tuesday, April 22nd marked Earth Day, and in May, dozens of citizens and community groups will be embarking on a 700 […]
[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.
[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 […]
[audio http://montreal.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/line_9_report.mp3] Click here to download audio On Wednesday, march 19th, protestors gathered in Montreal at the Viau metro station in order to protest against the approval by the National Energy Board’s decision to approve the reversal plan for Enbridge’s line 9. Not only are the Tar Sands causing extensive and irreversible damage to the environment, […]