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Stand.earth Sep 21
Spoiler alert: it doesn’t.
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Dogwood Oct 1
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Torrance Coste Aug 24
A multi-billion dollar boondoggle that sets reconciliation back decades and moves us away from our goals -- the pipeline is the last finance minister's legacy. Tell the new one to halt construction here:
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350 Canada Sep 18
Banking on a climate-wrecking pipeline whose cost keeps ballooning by the billions in an economy where oil is tanking and the revenue may never come is just bad economics. We deserve better.
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Climate Convergence Sep 23
Our statement. Climate Justice and Indigenous Rights are non-negotiable: STOP TMX!
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Coast Protectors Oct 16
Reminder: a pipeline we don't need that will add more heat to an overheated planet and threatens whales ALSO will destroy irreplaceable cultural artifacts.
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Mike Hudema Oct 5
This 91 year old man is named John. He was arrested at a protest in London for trying to save our planet for future generations. Be like him.
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Sierra Club BC Aug 28
Over 151,000 people around the world are calling on insurance companies to drop the Trans Mountain pipeline by August 31st (the date of their annual policy renewal). We only have a few days left, add your name to
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Svend Robinson Sep 7
Wonderful story to give us hope in these pandemic times...hoping so much that her calf survives and thrives this time. And keeping up the fight against TMX , serious threat to these beautiful beings.
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Kanahus Manuel Oct 13
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Laurel Collins Sep 22
The answer is no. It makes no sense to spend over $12 billion on expanding Trans Mountain. We need to & invest that money in a just recovery that creates sustainable, low carbon jobs! To help, add your name here:
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West Coast Env. Law Oct 16
In addition to impacts on , , and , threatens almost 70 archaeological sites
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Greenpeace Canada Oct 1
100+ economists and energy experts just sent a letter to Finance Minister expressing concerns about Trans Mountain’s economic viability, and are calling on the gov't to + delay further spending.
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Indigenous Environmental Network Oct 8
Weak oil demand forecasts leave economists wondering if Trans Mountain makes sense - time to drop
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Blair King Sep 22
Understanding future demand for heavy oil – Why the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project is a good bet for Canada
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West Coast Env. Law Oct 15
Hey Canada, the oil boom is over. The Canadian government's recent commitments to stronger may be positive, but plans to continue with raise serious doubts about its sincerity.
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Sierra Club BC Sep 21
100+ Canadian economists tell Finance Minister : ’s business case is broken. After , it’s time to and build the economy of the future, not the past.
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Climate Justice Victoria 🌅 Aug 31
The Judge "took the view that unless we can prove that a dire climate outcome is “virtually certain,” the common law defence of necessity cannot succeed"
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David Nickarz Aug 18
"That's Morneau's foremost legacy to Canada: a pipeline project that will make life more dangerous for future generations while draining the treasury. Good riddance."
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Waterkeeper Alliance Aug 27
The Trans Mountain pipeline puts Indigenous communities, drinking water, and our shared climate at grave risk. Insurance companies have until August 31 to drop the project. Sign now:
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