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Forget Mills, Check Out Rick Nolan's Voting Record

BUTT UGLY and stinky as a petri dish of fruit fly food.  Think rotten potatoes combined with old bananas and vomit.

Mills is painfully unaware how to even pretend to be a leader.  2,455 more words

Rick Nolan

BC parks open comment period closed.

Trans Mountain pipeline the operator for Kinder Morgan and its pipeline from Edmonton to Burnaby BC has a proposal for a twinning of the line. the line will bring tar snads crude to an ocean port facility.They operate existing lines in Provincal parks, and this fall intend to submit an application for a temporary relaxation of Park ruiles while construction occurs. 504 more words

Sports And Leisure

People Power Will Stop This Pipeline

There is a spirit of pipeline resistance spreading across our continent. Ranchers in Nebraska have united to protect their land from the Keystone XL pipeline, while college kids a thousand miles away pulled together XL Dissent, the largest act of youth civil disobedience since the Civil Rights movement to defend their future. 865 more words

Event Report: Turkish Energy Leadership, Europe and the Future of the Global Energy Order

On Friday, September 19, 2014 an Expert Roundtable on ‘Turkish Energy Leadership, Europe and the Future of the Global Energy Order’ was held at Istanbul Policy Center… 1,987 more words

Energy

ANALYSIS: THE REAL ISIL-TO-UKRAINE CONNECTION

If you think there are some grey areas involving Ukraine, Syria and Iraq, here’s the truth in black and white

I’d just like to draw a couple of things to the World’s attention. 1,698 more words

It's All Bollocks And That's Official

Montreal Women Lock Down to Blockade Tar Sands Pipelines - Interview with Alyssa Symons-Bélanger

http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/aaron/ckut_live_hit.mp3

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At around 6:30am on October 7, four women locked themselves to the games of a Suncor oil refinery in Montreal’s east end to take direct action against the tar sands and… 111 more words

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