On July 4th, communities from coast to coast will take action en masse along and beyond the routes of pipelines like Energy East, Kinder Morgan, Line 9, and Northern Gateway to defend the water, land, and climate. We will mobilize to demonstrate that we, the people, are greater than the tar sands.
On Sunday July 5, we’re taking to the streets of Toronto to call for a justice-based transition to a clean energy future. From Alberta to the coasts, people are ready to build an economy that reflects our values, creates good jobs, and protects the air, land and water.
July 6 is the second anniversary of the tragic Lac-Mégantic, Quebec oil train catastrophe that killed 47 people. The Stop Oil Trains Week of Action will call attention to the growing threat of oil trains across North America.
On July 25th, residents of communities along the Kalamazoo River are inviting everyone to learn about the devastating impacts of a tar sands spill, and to stand in solidarity with these communities’ struggle as we battle new proposed Enbridge pipelines across the U.S.
Walk from Eagle Lake to Shoal Lake to stop Energy East. It'll be an experience of a lifetime!
British Columbians have lost confidence in Ottawa’s pipeline approval process. It’s time for our province to reclaim the powers it signed away to the National Energy Board. It’s time to assert our jurisdiction over crude oil transport through B.C.