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Don't Pass Gas

If the title of this post captured your attention, well ha ha, it’s not what you think.

Today I chanted, “Don’t pass gas! Don’t pass gas! 267 more words

The Adventure Of Writing

Pipeline advocacy is counterproductive

A recent Calgary Herald editorial expressed concern about incoming Alberta premier Rachel Notley’s position regarding pipelines and pipeline advocacy.

I fully support Notley’s decision to withdraw from the pipeline cheerleading squad. 137 more words


California oil spill: State of emergency declared, up to 105,000 gallons leaked

California oil spill: State of emergency declared, up to 105,000 gallons leaked — RT USA.

RT News

May 20, 2015

Reuters/Lucy Nicholson

 California Gov. Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency over Tuesday’s oil spill off the Santa Barbara County coast. 369 more words


Get Ur KMFace On: The Tale of Burnaby Mountain

The Sad & Destructive Tale of Kinder Morgan and Burnaby Mountain Conservation Park, November, December 2014.  Our story begins with KM breaking laws and busting up the forest in a public park and Conservation area! 428 more words

Tweet Dreams

Salt water spills require local regulation to protect farmers and ranchers

Farmers and ranchers in the Bakken have had an uneasy peace with the oil industry since the fracking boom started. Many receive royalty payments based on their ownership of the minerals under their land, and so they have been relatively tolerant of the problems related to drilling. 897 more words


Eminent Domain May Be Good For You

Pipeline Corporations will threaten taking of your property by Eminent Domain, also known as takings or condemnation.

The threat of eminent domain is scary. That’s why the pipeline corporations threaten people with eminent domain. 231 more words