pipeline protest

Tim Braun, Lead Operator Groundbirch, left, and Rejean Tetrault, General Manager Foothills and Groundbirch are seen at the Shell multi-well pad for the Groundbirch natural gas plant outside of Fort St. John, B.C., on Oct. 11, 2018. (Jonathan Hayward/CP)

Blockades hit blue-collar workers first. So much for sticking it to the powerful.

Ian King: An angry and alienated working class is not good news for anyone; it’s fertile ground for opportunistic populists to exploit and turn Canadians against each other
Justin Trudeau

Justin Trudeau’s speech in response to anti-pipeline blockades: full transcript

’Do we want to become a country of irreconcilable differences?...Where politicians are ordering police to arrest people. A country where people think they can tamper with rail lines and endanger lives. This is simply unacceptable.’
Washington Pipeline Protest

Why it’s time to rethink pipeline protests

Opposing the supply of oil won’t reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. What if we harnessed innovation and reduced demand, instead?
black cat

What students are talking about today (October 22nd edition)

A pipeline protest, a really bad cartoon & black cats