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Feds had $10 million chance to walk away from Kinder Morgan pipeline

As reported in Ricochet, there was an exit clause in the purchase agreement of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline ...

North American organizations call on the Canadian government to stand up to Washington’s bullying on NAFTA, and to strike a fair trade deal

The political and economic climate in which Canada, Mexico and the United States began the NAFTA renegotiations in 2017 has ...

Campaign Updates: August 2018

WIN! Federal Court of Appeal quashes Trans Mountain pipeline approval This morning, the Federal Court of Appeal handed ...

Trump not the only bully in NAFTA 2.0, Corporate Canada is also at the table

“In spite of Canada saying this will be the most worker and environmentally friendly deal ever, the same corporate interests ...

Susan Swan: Without NAFTA cultural exemptions, our books, films and art are in danger

Ottawa – As NAFTA talks head to the wire and the U.S. has demanded the end of cultural exemption, acclaimed ...

Happy Labour Day!

français Sisters and brothers, Labour Day is an opportunity for everyone to celebrate the achievements of working people in this ...

Federal Court of Appeals affirms broken NEB process and failed Indigenous consultation on Kinder Morgan pipeline

The Council of Canadians congratulates Indigenous leadership for an important legal victory against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline and ...

Council of Canadians supports declaration for just transition in Mi’kma’ki

Some signatories of the declaration - many more organizations signed on but were not present for the launch today in ...

What the drought warnings across Canada are telling us

As more than 500 forest fires burn across B.C., the drought conditions across the province are also worsening. On Monday, ...

NAFTA: What is on the table

With a constantly shifting North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has rushed to Washington to ...

The end of NAFTA is not synonymous with the end of the world

The U.S. is successfully pitting our auto workers against our farmers, but we should have the ability to ...

N.B. What are you voting for?

In about a month, people in New Brunswick will be electing a new provincial government. Council of Canadians chapter members ...