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.
Do you remember where you were on June 17 of last year? That’s the day the federal government went ahead and approved the Northern Gateway pipeline and tankers project, pushing an unwanted project on an unwilling province.So what if we helped them celebrate that terrible day with a groundswell of grassroots fundraising events that together raised big money for First Nations to stop it in the courts? Now that’s a story we want told, so we’ve decided to make June 13-21 the Week to End Enbridge.
Join us in solidarity with Red Head, New Brunswick, a rural community of 1500+ residents east of Saint John, New Brunswick and the proposed end-point and marine terminal for TransCanada's Energy East pipeline. A 150-hectare tank farm capable of housing 7.6 million barrels of oil and heated bitumen is planned to be situated right in the middle of the rural community of Red Head.
Walk from Eagle Lake to Shoal Lake to stop Energy East. It'll be an experience of a lifetime!
Thank the President for issuing the veto threat and tell him to reject this pipeline once and for all.
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.
Stephen Harper and Big Oil have gutted Canada’s environmental review process, cutting people's voices and climate change out of the National Energy Board review of the largest tar sands pipeline ever proposed. Tell the new National Energy Board Chair Peter Watson to include climate impacts and people's voices in the Energy East pipeline review!