A Reuters news story says ING Bank is refusing to finance Canadian pipeline and tar sands projects due to concerns over climate change and First Nations rights.
Grand Chief Ron Tremblay and the Wolastoq Grand Council are moving closer in the Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick to speak on behalf of the plants and animals in Mount Carleton Provincial Park.
Participants will march to highlight the importance of protecting water from tar sands pipelines, train cars, and export supertankers, in solidarity with the Wolastoqewiyik (Maliseet People) and Mi’kmaq people, whose ancestral territories are threatened by the Energy East pipeline. All events are family friendly.
Watch this incredible video as a delegation of Pacific Islanders embarked on a journey to visit Canada’s tar sands in Alberta.
Toronto – The Kinder Morgan initial public offering (IPO) to fund the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is set to close tomorrow, but the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) remains silent despite receiving over 8000 letters from people across Canada saying it would be too risky and irresponsible to invest in the controversial project.