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Canadian and U.S. East Coast at Risk from Energy East Tankers, Report Shows

Jul 26, 2016 by Patrick DeRochie (Program Manager, Climate & Energy)

Categories: Energy East

The opposition to the Energy East pipeline and tanker proposal continues to grow, not just in Canada, but in the U.S. as well. This…Read More


The Energy East pipeline’s official review just launched… and the project faces a growing wall of public opposition

Jun 17, 2016 by Patrick DeRochie (Program Manager, Climate & Energy)

Categories: Climate Change, Energy East

Yesterday the National Energy Board (NEB) announced the launch of the official review of TransCanada’s proposed Energy East pipeline and tanker terminal project. With…Read More


A fresh new look to help you spring into action

May 03, 2016 by Tim Gray (Executive Director)

Categories: Clean Economy, Climate Change, Energy East, Great Lakes, Greenbelt, Smart Growth, Toxics

I love spring. From rushing rivers to the first blooms of cherry blossoms, spring is a time of possibility and excitement. This spring I’m…Read More


Clean Drinking Water: More Important than Dirty Oil

Apr 07, 2016 by Adam Scott ()

Categories: Clean Economy, Climate Change, Energy East

Like most Canadians, I’m so used to turning on the tap and taking a sip of water that I don’t even think about what…Read More


Save Fundy

Jan 08, 2016 by Adam Scott ()

Categories: Climate Change, Energy East

TransCanada wants to build Energy East, the largest-ever proposed tar sands oil pipeline from Alberta all the way to Saint John, New Brunswick. As…Read More


Introducing Energy East – an export pipeline, not for domestic gain

Mar 26, 2014 by Adam Scott ()

Categories: Energy East

Introducing Energy East – an export pipeline, not for domestic gain TransCanada’s controversial Keystone XL pipeline project generates a lot of headlines. But did…Read More


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