Oil Pipelines

“Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau talks pipeline politics” (The Toronto Star)

Bruce Campion-Smith (The Toronto Star): Justin Trudeau has renewed his party’s opposition to the Northern Gateway pipeline, pledged support for the Keystone XL project, but is withholding judgment on a third, controversial pipe to ship oil…

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“David Suzuki: vote for a better, cleaner Canada” (The National Observer)

David Suzuki (The National Observer): No matter what anyone says during this long federal election campaign, climate change is the biggest threat to Canadians’ health, security and economy. The scientific evidence is incontrovertible, the research…


“Gilles Duceppe launches attack on NDP, Conservatives in Quebec” (CBC News)

Katharine Starr and Nicolle Arams (CBC News): Bloc Québécois Leader Gilles Duceppe is open to supporting a coalition with either the NDP or Liberals, but there’s one party he refuses to consider aligning with, should October’s election result in a…


“In the pipelines’ path: Canada’s First Nations lead resistance” (The Montreal Gazette)

Christopher Curtis (Montreal Gazette): “I think when push comes to shove, if the Mohawk nation comes together to fight this thing, you’re going to see a hell of a force in the path of that…







“Social media activity measured after leaders’ debate” (The Toronto Star)

Ben Spurr (The Toronto Star): According to Twitter numbers sent out shortly after the debate, the Liberals’ Justin Trudeau, with 13,244 Twitter mentions, was the most-discussed leader during the debate while NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair was…