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    Tracking HudBay

    The film Flin Flon Flim Flam documents a bloody and violent trail of HudBay’s resource extraction practices.

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    The Luxury of Air

    The liberalization of China’s economy has widened the gap between rich and poor, rendering clean air and clean water a privatized luxury.

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    Oil’s Violent Disturbances

    Fort Chip is but one northern Albertan community resisting the toxicity and displacement wrought by the oil industry.

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    #authentic at all costs

    The cultural prevalence of the #liveauthentic trend is lining pockets and rewriting history.

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    Rejecting the Master’s Tools: An Interview with a Line 9 Activist

    David Gray-Donald speaks to one of the activists who was involved in shutting down Line 9 at the Quebec–Ontario border on December 7, 2015.

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    Managing Sandy

    How are the devastating effects of climate crises in Cuba managed by female farmers?

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    Line 9 Shut Down

    An activist’s first-hand account of shutting down Line 9.

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    “The Wall of Separation”

    Bonus video feature for Joshua Campbell’s story, “A Very Fertile Occupation.”

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    A Very Fertile Occupation

    A Canadian fertilizer giant and the Saharawi people.

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    The Toxic Contamination of Manitoba First Nations Communities

    According to a federal inventory, the vast majority of Manitoba’s most highly contaminated sites are in First Nations communities.

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    Land-based Resistance at the Unist’ot’en Camp

    The Unist’ot’en continue to square off with pipeline companies and the RCMP.

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    The Responsibility to Act: An interview with Maude Barlow

    Maude Barlow stresses the need for broad mobilization from below in addition to voting to defeat the Harper government this fall.

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    Daniel Ortega and the Interoceanic Grand Canal

    A planned megaproject that would dwarf the Panama Canal and split Nicaragua in two reveals much about both the Ortega regime and global capitalism today.

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    Quebec’s Movement for Economic and Environmental Justice

    Quebec’s social movements are working to wed anti-austerity politics with climate justice.

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    The Plight of the Pollinators

    In the battle between beekeepers and agrochemical lobbyists over the use of neonicotinoid insecticides, farmers and non-farmers are joining forces to stand up for the bees.

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    Octavia’s Brood: Science Fiction Stories from Social Justice Movements

    A new anthology of politically engaged science fiction calls readers to reshape the world.

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    A note to Alberta’s grassroots about NDP governments

    Alberta’s grassroots must carve out critical distance from the NDP.

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    Election Day in Alberta – and Beyond

    Electoral politics and grassroots movement building are often at odds; significant change in Alberta will hinge on independent organizing.

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    This Changes Something

    Why have environmentalists become so much less effective than they used to be?

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    On the Front Lines of the Great Lakes

    The Great Lakes region is the most important hub for tarsands projects outside of Alberta. Climate activists are working to connect local resistance in front-line communities with the broader movement to halt tarsands expansion.