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Resisting Energy EAST: An interview with Clayton Thomas-Muller | Climate Connections

TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline is a natural gas pipeline which will be converted into an oil pipeline and then extended so that it moves Alberta Tar Sands Crude across the prairies, Ontario, Quebec and then into New Brunswick. First Nations communities along the route are understandably concerned about how they will be impacted. A number of indigenous activists and ...

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TransCanada Endangers Lives of Dozens of Peaceful Keystone XL Protesters in East Texas | Common Dreams

Tar Sands Blockade is prepared to remain in trees as long as it takes to halt the tar sands pipeline despite dangers posed by TransCanada’s reckless endangerment of their lives TransCanada has been operating heavy timber clearing machinery within 20 feet of the site of a massive tree blockade, endangering the lives of nine protesters prepared to remain in the ...

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The dirty little secret of Keystone XL | Jim Hightower

“It’s certainly true,” declared Energy Secretary Stephen Chu, “that having Canada as a supplier for our oil is much more comforting than to have other countries supply our oil.” He was referring to the Canadian tar sands oil that TransCanada Corporation intends to move through the Keystone XL pipeline it wants to build from Alberta to refineries on the Texas ...

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TransCanada: Unfit to Build | EcoWatch

Bold Nebraska released TransCanada: Unfit to Build on March 21—a new report that documents the lies, bullying and coercion used by TransCanada—the company proposing the Keystone XL tarsands pipeline. Lost in the intense debate about the Keystone XL tarsands pipeline is that TransCanada is not worthy of permission to build the massive project. In their attempts to force construction of ...

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Texas Farmer Takes On TransCanada | Mother Jones

The debate over the Keystone XL pipeline has moved from the White House to a farm in Texas. Third-generation farmer Julia Trigg Crawford is engaged in a court battle over whether TransCanada, the company that wants to build the massive pipeline from Canada to Texas, has a right to declare eminent domain on a portion of her family’s farm. Earlier ...

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