Canada

Leehi Yona, IPS News
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - After a one-day summit in the U.S. Arctic’s biggest city, leaders from the world’s northern countries acknowledged that climate change is seriously disrupting the Arctic ecosystem, yet left without committing themselves to serious action to fight the negative impacts of global warming. The Aug. 31 summit on ‘Global Leadership...
Derrick O'Keefe, Ricochet
An open letter was released today by 20 groups in New Brunswick opposed to...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
Police in riot gear face down protesters during the 201 G20 summit in Toronto, Canada. (Photo: Jackman Chiu/cc/flickr)
The Toronto police officer who orchestrated the mass arrest of over 1,000...

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This summer, after five years of steadfastly maintaining an encampment built to resist scores of proposed oil and gas pipelines through traditional unceded territory, a group of indigenous Unist’ot’en have faced mounting police and industry challenges to their occupation, from drones to helicopters to surveyors seeking access. In the latest, Chevron officials showed up seeking entry. In return, they presented an "offering" - of bottled water and tobacco. Really.