• Magazine

    Bodies on the Line

    Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline replacement slices through the southern half of Saskatchewan, but there’s little Indigenous opposition in the province. To mount our own fight, we’ll have to learn from other Indigenous resistance efforts along the pipeline’s route.

  • Magazine

    The Oil Industry’s PR Offensive

    A climate justice journalist heads to the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary to see how the industry is pushing its messages, and who is doing doing the heavy lifting.

  • Magazine

    A pipeline to regret

    If you weren’t convinced before – simply by being an air-breathing, water-drinking human being – it’s now undeniable that we all have skin in this pipeline game. Trudeau has made us all potential shareholders in a leaky, aging piece of climate-cooking infrastructure.

  • Magazine

    The New Threat Threshold

    What Project SITKA reveals about the basis of pernicious surveillance of Indigenous activists

  • Blog

    Winterizing is Political

    As winter descends, #NoDAPL water and land protectors are preparing for a long haul resistance against the violence of the military, police, and capital.

  • Blog

    Chasing the National Energy Board out of Montreal

    An interview with activist Alyssa Symons-Belanger after her release from arrest.

  • Blog

    The Husky Oil Spill: Just One of 18,000

    Understanding the pipeline spill that has sparked a water crisis in communities along the North Saskatchewan River.

  • Magazine

    Against the Pipeline Prerogative

    The National Energy Board is the regulatory body that determines whether (and which) pipelines will pump bitumen across Canada. As an extension of a colonial project that violates Indigenous land and consent, the NEB is up against Indigenous women and their allies leading the fight against pipelines.

  • Blog

    Line 9 and Line 7 Sabotage

    For the fourth time in two months, protesters have disturbed major pipelines.

  • Blog

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

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

  • Magazine

    The Class Politics of Pipeline Resistance

    As anti-pipeline campaigns rise to the forefront of activist activity, do environmentalists need to re-evaluate their engagement with affected communities such as Toronto’s Jane-Finch neighbourhood?

  • Blog

    Chevron’s Pacific Trail Pipeline is the one to stop this summer

    Stopping Chevron’s Pacific Trail Pipeline this summer could be a decisive event in the history of pipeline resistance.