• 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.