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2020-02-27

* Wet’suwet’en supporters rally across B.C., blocking traffic, trains and Port of Vancouver | CBC News

* Climate change: how do I cope with our planet’s inevitable decline?

2020-02-24

* Teck withdraws application for $20B Frontier oilsands mine | CBC News

2020-02-23

* New Saskatoon rail blockade begins despite Trudeau’s call for demonstrations to end | The Globe and Mail

* CityNews

2020-02-22

* Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs arrive in Quebec | CTV News

* Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs meet with Mohawk communities in Quebec | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs arrive in Kahnawake for historic meeting | Montreal | Globalnews.ca

* ‘We’re losing Planet Earth’: Rebecca Foon sounds quiet alarm over climate change | Montreal Gazette

* Thousands rally at Queen’s Park to support Wet’suwet’en solidarity movement | TheSpec.com

* Thousands rally at Queen’s Park to support Wet’suwet’en solidarity movement | The Star

* Tensions mount in St-Lambert before protesters end blockade peacefully | Montreal Gazette

* Some people are willing to believe what is obviously false | TheSpec.com

* Saskatoon Wet’suwet’en solidarity, pro-pipeline demonstrators delay train | Saskatoon | Globalnews.ca

* RCMP ‘temporarily’ close office on Wet’suwet’en land, chief says more talks next week | Globalnews.ca

* Manitoba Metis Federation opposes Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests, rail blockades | Globalnews.ca

* Law Students Are Refusing Job Offers From Elite Firm Until It Drops ExxonMobil

* ‘It’s the people who decide’: Who’s leading the pro-Wet’suwet’en blockades, and who’s not | The Globe and Mail

* Demonstrators rally, march, dance in Toronto to show support for Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | CBC News

* Demonstrators descend on downtown Toronto for Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest | Globalnews.ca

* Coastal GasLink told to consult further with Wet’suwet’en by B.C. environmental office | Globalnews.ca

* Coastal GasLink pipeline segment faces delay amid Indigenous protests | Calgary Herald

* CityNews

* Blockade near Belleville, Ont. remains day after Trudeau calls for dismantling | CTV News

* Another rail blockade springs up in Saskatoon | CTV News

* ‘Wet’suwet’en Strong’: Winnipeg student hosts panel discussion on Indigenous rights | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-21

* ‘Not an option’: B.C. premier rejects calls to halt or cancel Coastal GasLink pipeline | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en leaders reject Trudeau’s demand to remove the barricades, setting the stage for clashes | The Star

* Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief offers to meet with feds ‘quickly’ to discuss RCMP leaving | Globalnews.ca

* UNDRIP provides ‘guide’ to resolving tensions among Indigenous communities over questions of authority, say experts | The Hill Times

* Trudeau says time for blockades to end, Indigenous leaders to work with government | TheSpec.com

* Tackling farm and climate crises | rabble.ca

* Supporters of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs end CP Rail blockade east of Kamloops | CBC News

* RCMP outpost remains in Wet’suwet’en territory, but plans ‘in motion’ to move officers | Globalnews.ca

* Protesters leave rail tracks south of Montreal; some train service resumes | CTV News

* Protesters defy injunction by maintaining St-Lambert blockade | Montreal Gazette

* Planned meeting between feds, Wet’suwet’en now delayed due to Trudeau’s comments: chief | Globalnews.ca

* Parliament is a terrible place to have the blockades debate | rabble.ca

* Neskonlith supporters of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs block rail line east of Kamloops | CBC News

* My business will be negatively affected by the railway blockades. I still support them | CBC News

* Morning Update: Ottawa ‘hopeful’ blockades will end; Wet’suwet’en matriarchs speaks out about pipeline conflict | The Globe and Mail

* Justin Trudeau tells Canada protesters: ‘The barricades need to come down’ | Canada | The Guardian

* Indigenous youth occupy Melanie Mark’s office in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | Globalnews.ca

* Government asking for an extra $2.1 billion for Indigenous programs | CBC News

* Global warming to drastically reduce regrowth of key softwood species in Maritimes | Globalnews.ca

* CityNews

* As Nobel prize winners, we demand Justin Trudeau stop the Teck Frontier mine | John Coetzee, Alice Munro, Muhammad Yunus, Elfriede Jelinek and others | The Guardian

* As it happened: Police eye St-Lambert railway blockade protesters | Montreal Gazette

* Alice Munro, dozens of Nobel Prize winners denounce Teck oilsands project | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-20

* ‘It’s none of their business’: The Wet’suwet’en people who want the protesters to stop | CBC News

* Will news of RCMP departure lift Ontario rail blockade as it enters 15th day? | Globalnews.ca

* Watchdog report proves RCMP action in Wet’suwet’en territory ‘unlawful’: Indigenous, civil rights groups | Globalnews.ca

* Trudeau calls premiers, stresses ‘peaceful’ resolution to Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests | Globalnews.ca

* Send in the army? Why one expert says that would be a ‘ludicrous’ response to rail blockades | CBC News

* Rail blockade springs up on CP tracks between Kamloops and Chase, B.C. | Globalnews.ca

* Protests by Indigenous peoples a culmination of centuries of political abuse and neglect | rabble.ca

* Protesters block St-Lambert tracks ‘in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en’ | Montreal Gazette

* Premiers tell Trudeau ‘patience is wearing thin’ with Indigenous-led blockades | CBC News

* No port in a storm: Wet’suwet’en dispute and blockades leave ships and their crews in limbo | The Star

* Indigenous leaders divided over proposed oilsands mine in northern Alberta | CTV News

* ‘Highly inappropriate’: Hereditary chief slams Crown corporation for considering giving loan to Coastal GasLink amidst Wet’suwet’en protests | The Star

* Former treaty negotiator accuses B.C. government of ‘picking their Indians’ in Wet’suwet’en conflict | CBC News

* Environmental organization Cleanfarms opens location in Lethbridge | Lethbridge | Globalnews.ca

* Coastal Gaslink says Wet’suwet’en alternative route not ‘feasible’ — here’s why | Globalnews.ca

* Climate crisis to AI: why firms and governments must change mindset | Mohamed El-Erian | The Guardian

* CityNews

* Canadian police had ‘no authority’ to search pipeline activists, says watchdog | Canada | The Guardian

* Bill Blair says the RCMP has met Wet’suwet’en protesters’ demands. But their demands are not that simple | The Star

* B.C. RCMP say they’ll leave outpost on Wet’suwet’en territory if road is kept clear | CBC News

* A newly discovered type of snail has been named after Greta Thunberg | CTV News

2020-02-19

* Will Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests set the stage for what’s to come with TMX? | Globalnews.ca

* Why 2 different kinds of Wet’suwet’en leaders support and oppose the gas pipeline | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en chiefs’ planned meeting with Mohawk protesters could delay efforts to end rail crisis | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en camps occupied, Coastal GasLink workers move through: First Nation | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs heading to Ontario as blockade continues | CTV News

* TransLink wins injunction to block protesters from all SkyTrain platforms | BC | Globalnews.ca

* The world’s top climate negotiator is feeling optimistic. She says you should too | CTV News

* The European Green Deal will bypass the poor and go straight to the rich | Daniela Gabor | The Guardian

* Stop work on Coastal GasLink to allow meaningful dialogue on B.C. pipeline project, says Indigenous leader | CBC News

* Reality check: Can the Canadian government send RCMP to arrest Wet’suwet’en protesters? | Globalnews.ca

* Pipeline approval record reveals conflict with Wet’suwet’en years in the making | CBC News

* Permafrost Is Already Thawing. Will It Tip the Scales in the Climate Crisis?

* Pallister cites signs of progress in Manitoba’s carbon-tax talks with Ottawa | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* Ottawa ‘clearly’ sees a path forward to defuse rail blockades: Miller | CBC News

* Oilsands on ‘collision course’ with Canada’s climate goals, global market changes: report | CBC News

* ‘Not in our backyard’: Alberta Wet’suwet’en rail blockade meets stiff opposition and shuts down after injunction granted | The Star

* New train blockade piles pressure on Trudeau in Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight | Canada | The Guardian

* Liberals postponing planned tabling of UNDRIP bill because of blockade crisis, says Mohawk chief | CBC News

* Liberal decisions on Wet’suwet’en, Teck crises will make it clear what this government really stands for | CBC News

* Legacy media’s shameful ‘whitesplaining’ of the Wet’suwet’en land defence | rabble.ca

* Kanesatake grand chief retracts comments on rail blockades after Mohawk community protest | CBC News

* Hereditary chiefs say they’ll meet with ministers if RCMP get out | CTV News

* Fighting climate change together takes action on all fronts | The Hill Times

* Demonstration linked to Wet’suwet’en pipeline fight temporarily blocks traffic in East Vancouver | CBC News

* Could the Wet’suwet’en blockades shape Justin Trudeau’s decision on the Teck Frontier oilsands project? | The Star

* CityNews

* Anti-pipeline protesters block traffic in major East Vancouver intersections | Globalnews.ca

* Anti-pipeline protesters block major streets in East Vancouver during afternoon rush hour | CBC News

* All eyes on Wet’suwet’en land | rabble.ca

* 61% of Canadians oppose Wet’suwet’en solidarity blockades, 75% back action to help Indigenous people: poll | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-18

* Why the 1990 Oka Crisis is being evoked amid the Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en protests: House of Commons concludes emergency debate over rail blockades | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en protests: CN Rail to lay off around 450 workers amid rail blockades | Globalnews.ca

* Videos used by schools question minimum wage, climate change | CityNews

* ‘There have to be limits’: Legault takes stern approach to Mohawk blockades | Montreal Gazette

* Protest outside B.C. premier’s home amid Wet’suwet’en dispute leads to 3 arrests | CBC News

* PM says Wet’suwet’en crisis a ‘critical moment’ as tensions flare in Commons over blockades | CTV News

* Over 1,000 protesters march in downtown Toronto in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | CBC News

* No clear end in sight as Ontario blockade nears 2 weeks of halting rail traffic | Globalnews.ca

* More protests in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs take place in Vancouver | Globalnews.ca

* Mi’kmaq community in N.S. appeals approval of Alton Gas facilities | Halifax | Globalnews.ca

* Melting ice threatens safety, way of life for Indigenous people says Inuit leader | CBC News

* Here’s what Wet’suwet’en rail blockades could mean for farmers, retailers and consumers | The Star

* Coastal GasLink pipeline investor committed to closing deal despite protests | CTV News

* Climate change will ‘threaten the future of all children’: UN report | CTV News

* CityNews

* Canada’s conservative movement threatens the country more than non-violent blockades | rabble.ca

* Business associations band together to urge federal action on rail blockades | CTV News

* Amazon founder Jeff Bezos commits $10 billion to fight climate change | TheSpec.com

* Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos pledges $10 billion to help combat climate change | Android Central

* AFN national chief urges calm, dialogue to ‘de-escalate’ as rail blockade continues | Globalnews.ca

* 100 protesters block traffic in downtown Kitchener | TheRecord.com

* ‘Beyond Climate’ ventures to the heart of a rapidly heating B.C. | rabble.ca

2020-02-17

* ‘When justice fails block the rails’ — Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest weaves through Toronto | The Star

* Wet’suwet’en rail blockade could impact food prices in Atlantic Canada | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en protests: Here’s what’s happening across Canada | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en: Nationwide rallies erupt through holiday weekend | CTV News

* Wet’suwet’en supporters set up blockade on Hwy. 75 in Manitoba | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest blocks downtown Montreal intersection | Montreal | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en and B.C. government have been discussing path forward for a year | Globalnews.ca

* U.S. border reopens at Thousand Islands Bridge near Kingston after Wet’suwet’en protests | Globalnews.ca

* Timeline of Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests and the dispute that sparked them | Globalnews.ca

* Rail blockades could affect vote to change citizenship oath: Conservative critic | CBC News

* Protest that blocked Canada-U.S. bridge ends | CBC News

* PM should talk face to face with the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | The Hill Times

* Ottawa committed to quick, peaceful resolution to cross-country pipeline protests: Trudeau | CBC News

* Opinion: An end to the rail blockades is needed now | Montreal Gazette

* ‘No question’ feds have duty to start talks, says AFN’s Bellegarde, after days-long demonstrations in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | The Hill Times

* Inside the meeting between Mohawk and Canada’s Indigenous services minister | CBC News

* Indigenous youth vacate minister’s office, ending 11-day occupation for Wet’suwet’en | CBC News

* How ongoing, year-old talks between Wet’suwet’en and B.C. government could help solve pipeline impasse | CBC News

* Here’s how the Wet’suwet’en dispute breaks down in graphics | The Star

* Demonstration in support of Wet’sutwet’en protests shuts down Bloor Street in Toronto | Globalnews.ca

* CityNews

* Canada must gear up action for nature and climate | The Hill Times

2020-02-16

* Why Coastal GasLink says it rejected a pipeline route endorsed by Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en Nation supporters gather at Confederation Bridge | Globalnews.ca

* Round dance held in Regina in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en Nation | Regina | Globalnews.ca

* Rail blockades to lead to shortages of propane and consumer goods, 2 national groups say | CBC News

* Rail blockades must be resolved ‘the right way,’ Indigenous Services minister says | National | Globalnews.ca

* Major airlines say they’re acting on climate change. Our research reveals how little they’ve achieved

* ‘Kill the pipeline, save the land’ — Wet’suwet’en supporters block Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls | The Star

* Indigenous pro-pipeline representative says he won’t tell Wet’suwet’en chiefs what to do | CBC Radio

* Indigenous land conflicts to persist unless sovereignty addressed, Wilson-Raybould says | Globalnews.ca

* Facing a climate emergency, these researchers explain what gives them hope | The Star

* Ending Ont. rail blockade by force would create future problems, minister says | CTV News

* Demonstrators gather at Confederation Bridge to back Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | CBC News

* Coastal GasLink says alternate pipeline route proposed by Wet’suwet’en chiefs not ‘feasible’ | Globalnews.ca

* CN Rail lays off staff as pipeline protests limit deliveries to Maritimes | CBC News

* Canada likely to support move to ban heavy fuel use in Arctic | National | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-15

* ‘Going after Canada where it hurts the most’: GTA rail blockade supports B.C. pipeline protest | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protest reaches Okanagan; protesters gather on Kelowna overpass | Okanagan | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters leave Winnipeg MP’s office after 11 days | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters block CN rail lines in East Vancouver, Amtrak affected | Globalnews.ca

* Supporters of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs block CN railway in East Vancouver all day Saturday | CBC News

* CN railway blockades to have ‘significant’ impact on Manitoba economy: economics prof | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* Climate activists at French airport protest ‘doused in pepper spray’ | BBC News

* Christiana Figueres on the climate emergency: ‘This is the decade and we are the generation’ | Christiana Figueres | The Guardian

* BC Ferries gets preemptive injunction to protect terminals from Wet’suwet’en protests | Globalnews.ca

* ‘Air is cleaner than before the Industrial Revolution’: a best case scenario for the climate in 2050 | Climate crisis | The Guardian

2020-02-14

* Injunction bars protesters from shutting down B.C. Legislature on Friday | CBC News

* CN rail closures from Wet’suwet’en affecting industry, farmers say | Calgary Herald

* As Sea Levels Rise, Scientists Offer a Bold Idea: Dam the North Sea | The New York Times

2020-02-13

* ‘We still have title’: How a landmark B.C. court case set the stage for Wet’suwet’en protests | CBC News

* ‘Tangled ball of issues’: Why geoengineering our climate raises serious ethical, scientific challenges | CBC News

* ‘An emergency for the Canadian economy’: Rail disruption hurting industries, groups say | CBC News

* Will Climate Change Provoke a Widespread Revival of Socialism?

* Wet’suwet’en supporters end all day sit-in at David Eby’s Vancouver office | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity blockade: Business group says government not upholding rule of law | CTV News

* Wet’suwet’en Nation hereditary chiefs launch climate lawsuit against Ottawa | The Globe and Mail

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests: Here’s a chronological look at rail disruptions | Globalnews.ca

* Varcoe: Cenovus CEO warns pipeline blockades could harm entire economy | Calgary Herald

* ‘Up to Justin Trudeau’ to resolve rail blockade, Legault says | Montreal Gazette

* Trudeau says government ‘concerned with the rule of law’ amid protests, rail disruptions | Globalnews.ca

* The march to reconciliation trips over a pipeline | CBC News

* Politics This Morning: Trudeau calls for ‘dialogue’ amid Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests | The Hill Times

* Pipeline protesters end blockade of rail line west of Winnipeg | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* Oka Crisis veteran says feds have ‘lost control’ of country-wide solidarity protest in support of Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs | The Hill Times

* Government tells UN it’s on track to meet climate goals for power generation | CTV News

* Demonstrators shut down Saskatoon streets in support of Wet’suwet’en protest | Saskatoon | Globalnews.ca

* Day ends quietly as Mohawk rail protests expand, trains remain stopped | CBC News

* City of Lethbridge becoming first municipality in Alberta to offer green burials | Lethbridge | Globalnews.ca

* CityNews

* Canada says it’s on track to meet climate goals for power generation | TheSpec.com

* B.C. court grants injunction to keep protesters from blocking legislature doors | Globalnews.ca

* 2 in 5 Canadians support Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters — but half say yes to pipeline, new poll finds | CBC News

2020-02-12

* ‘Walk the walk’: Wet’suwet’en chiefs sue Ottawa to force Crown to act on climate change | CBC News

* ‘Unacceptable’: Premier responds to ‘unprecedented’ demonstrations outside B.C. Legislature Tuesday | CBC News

* ‘Reconciliation is dead and we will shut down Canada,’ Wet’suwet’en supporters say | TheSpec.com

* Wet’suwet’en supporters march through downtown Vancouver, blocking traffic and shutting down bridge | CBC News

* Wet’suwet’en to consider all-clan meetings amid solidarity protests, internal division | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests: How Canadian law protects demonstrators | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters take to Peterborough streets, camp outside MP’s office | Peterborough | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en supporters meet with Crown-Indigenous relations minister in Toronto | rabble.ca

* Via Rail: When blockades end, train service could take 36 hours to resume | CTV News

* Two Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs head to court over pipeline | CTV News

* Trudeau urges quick resolution as anti-pipeline protests cripple train network | CBC News

* Trudeau urges quick resolution as anti-pipeline blockades continue across Canada | The Globe and Mail

* The Latest on Coastal GasLink protests across Canada | CityNews

* Support the Wet’suwet’en Nation and their supporters | rabble.ca

* Still no service on Exo’s Candiac line as Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests reach 3rd day | Montreal | Globalnews.ca

* Quebec politicians call for peaceful end to Kahnawake rail blockade | Montreal Gazette

* Protesters block rail traffic in support of Wet’suwet’en First Nation west of Winnipeg | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* Pipeline protesters block Freeland from Halifax meeting, tell her to call police | CTV News

* No charges after car drives through Wet’suwet’en supporters in Regina | Globalnews.ca

* In their own words: What the #WetsuwetenStrong allies are fighting for | The Star

* Encampment at B.C. legislature ends following day of protest | BC | Globalnews.ca

* Deputy PM Freeland blocked by Wet’suwet’en demonstrators in Halifax | CBC News

* Concentration of Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere Hits Record High

* CN Rail to shut ‘significant’ sections of track if Coastal GasLink pipeline protests continue | The Globe and Mail

* CN rail blockade in northern B.C. set to end | CBC News

* Climate change could open new land for farming in Canada — but comes at a price | National | Globalnews.ca

* CityNews

* Canadians need to come together to meet net-zero carbon emissions targets | The Hill Times

* Canada: thousands of travelers affected as Indigenous-led rail blockade continues | Canada | The Guardian

* Canada could be a huge climate change winner when it comes to farmland | CBC News

* Blockade supporting Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs continues to halt rail traffic in northwestern B.C. | CBC News

* Beyond bloodlines: How the Wet’suwet’en hereditary system at the heart of the Coastal GasLink conflict works | The Globe and Mail

* B.C.’s John Horgan faces a Wet’suwet’en firestorm sparked by some very national issues | The Star

* Assembly of First Nations launches class action lawsuit against federal government | CTV News

* Anti pipeline blockades put Canada’s freight, passenger railways under stress | Globalnews.ca

* AFN, Opposition demand federal government step in to resolve pipeline dispute | The Globe and Mail

2020-02-11

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters block entrance to B.C. legislature ahead of throne speech | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en Nation chief arrested amid mounting Coastal GasLink protests | The Globe and Mail

* Wet’suwet’en supporters hold solidarity march in London, Ont. | London | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests continue on rail lines and roads | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protesters demonstrate at Carolyn Bennett’s office | Globalnews.ca

* Video shows man pushing board into truck’s path as it drives through B.C. highway blockade | Globalnews.ca

* Via Rail extends cancellations of Toronto trains to and from Montreal and Ottawa until Thursday as blockade continues | The Star

* Saskatchewan using artificial intelligence to track waste | Globalnews.ca

* ‘Reconciliation is dead and we will shut down Canada,’ Wet’suwet’en supporters say | The Star

* Protesters block mid-town intersection in support of Wet’suwet’en protests | CBC News

* Police prepare to end Mohawk demonstration along railway | CBC News

* Pipeline divides community as Coastal GasLink prepares to resume work in B.C. | Globalnews.ca

* Ottawa ‘very concerned’ about blockades as CN Rail says it will close ‘significant’ parts of its network | CBC News

* Just how big are Alberta’s oilsands emissions? That depends which government you ask | CBC News

* Inside a protest movement: How climate activists are taking Wet’suwet’en fight from B.C. to Yonge Street | The Star

* How Canadian farmers can go from climate change polluters to a key part of the solution | CBC News

* Climate change report predicting hotter summers, warmer winters for Okanagan | Globalnews.ca

* CityNews

* Are Conservatives offering a new approach to climate policy, or more of the same? | CBC News

2020-02-10

* What you need to know about the Wet’suwet’en protests, arrests | CTV News

* Wet’suwet’en support rally blocks Calgary’s Reconciliation Bridge | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en: Here’s where solidarity protests are happening across Canada | Globalnews.ca

* Traffic delayed in downtown Winnipeg on Monday due to B.C. pipeline protest | Winnipeg | Globalnews.ca

* RCMP arrests in Wet’suwet’en territory spark protests nationwide | CBC News

* RCMP arrests another 7 as Wet’suwet’en ‘major enforcement’ concludes | CBC News

* Pipeline protest halts traffic in Waterloo | TheRecord.com

* Hundreds rally in Metro Vancouver and Victoria in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en | CBC News

* GOP “Climate Plan” Calls for Planting Trees But No Emissions Reduction

* Ex-Hasidic Jews lead court fight against ‘educational neglect’ in religious schools | Montreal Gazette

* Environment minister doesn’t rule out deferring a decision on the Teck oilsands mine | CBC News

* Court grants injunction against Wet’suwet’en supporters blocking B.C. ports | Globalnews.ca

* CityNews

* Chaplain returns from volunteering with Australia wildfire victims | Calgary Herald

* Cancellations continue along Ontario rail lines in support of Wet’suwet’en | TheSpec.com

* Canada: Wetʼsuwetʼen activists vow to continue pipeline fight after arrests | Canada | The Guardian

* Braid: In public shift, Kenney says Alberta has to go green over time | Calgary Herald

* B.C. pipeline protests continue to halt Ontario trains for 5th day in a row | Globalnews.ca

* Anti-pipeline rallies supporting Wet’suwet’en block train, ferry routes | CTV News

2020-02-09

* Protesters block ports, streets and rails in support of Wet’suwet’en in B.C. | CBC News

* From blockades to rail stoppages: Wet’suwet’en protests grab spotlight nationwide | The Star

* EV plug-in rules spark frustration for Vancouver condo strata | CBC News

* Day 4: RCMP continue enforcement against Wet’suwet’en over pipeline injunction | CBC News

* ‘We’re not giving up’: Wet’suwet’en rally as RCMP move into main camp near pipeline worksite | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-08

* Wet’suwet’en supporters light ceremonial fire at steps of B.C. legislature | TheSpec.com

* Wet’suwet’en supporters light ceremonial fire at steps of B.C. Legislature | The Globe and Mail

* Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests near Belleville, Ont., halt train service for 2nd day | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en supporters block Port of Vancouver for 3rd straight day, stalling port traffic | Globalnews.ca

* VIA Rail, GO Transit, CP freight service all impacted by protest in support of Wet’suwet’en | The Star

* Tensions continue to rise between RCMP and Wet’suwet’en amid pipeline dispute | CBC News

* Teck Frontier oilsands project pits Trudeau’s climate credibility against concerns for Alberta’s economy | The Star

* Protests shut down Ontario rail lines in support of Wet’suwet’en Nation | The Star

* CityNews

* Canada wants to phase out fossil fuels. First, it needs to learn from phasing out coal | The Star

* 11 more arrests made as RCMP expand enforcement area for Wet’suwet’en pipeline opponents | Globalnews.ca

* 11 more arrested along pipeline route as Wet’suwet’en solidarity protests continue nationwide | CTV News

2020-02-07

* Wet’suwet’en vow to keep fighting after RCMP make arrests at pipeline blockade camp | Globalnews.ca

* Wet’suwet’en protests and arrests: Here’s a look at what’s happening now | Globalnews.ca

* Regina axes climate skeptic Patrick Moore from sustainability conference agenda | Regina | Globalnews.ca

* Mohawk protesters halt rail traffic near Belleville, Ont. | CBC News

* CityNews

* Antarctica logs hottest day on record with reading of 18.3C | CTV News

* 4 more arrested as RCMP move farther into Wet’suwet’en territory | CBC News

2020-02-06

* ‘We’ll do what we have to do’: Trans Mountain pipeline opponents to ramp up protests | CBC News

* Trans Mountain pipeline hearings to resume after legal hurdle cleared | The Globe and Mail

* Trains stopped in Ontario by protest in support of Wet’suwet’en pipeline opponents | CBC News

* The world’s largest iceberg has started drifting away | CTV News

* Protesters blockade Port of Vancouver in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en | Globalnews.ca

* Factory farms provide abundant food, but environment suffers | CityNews

* CityNews

* Canadian police arrest activists at Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camp | Canada | The Guardian

* Bittersweet reprieve as heavy rain, floods douse Australian wildfires | CBC News

* 6 arrested at Wet’suwet’en anti-pipeline camp | CBC News

2020-02-05

* When it comes to climate policies, Conservative leadership contenders need to move beyond criticism | The Hill Times

* When it comes to climate hypocrisy, Canada’s leaders have reached a new low | Bill McKibben | The Guardian

* What you need to know about the Coastal GasLink pipeline conflict | CBC News

* Talks break down between province, Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs over Coastal GasLink pipeline standoff | CBC News

* Pipeline talks between B.C. government, Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs break down | The Globe and Mail

* Kamloops seeks public input on electric vehicles and cycling plan | CBC News

* CityNews

* Almost $150 million in vaunted oceans-protection funding not spent | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-04

* What do we do when our home is on fire? | rabble.ca

* Vulcan solar farm — Canada’s largest — receives $500M investment | Calgary Herald

* Quebec student coalition calls for action on climate change | Montreal Gazette

* MacKay calls Paris climate targets ‘aspirational’ but isn’t abandoning them | CBC News

* In a major victory for Trans Mountain, Federal Court dismisses Indigenous appeal of project’s approval | CBC News

* First Nations respond to Trans Mountain appeal decision | CBC News

* Federal Court dismisses First Nations’ challenges to TMX pipeline project | The Star

* Environmental groups critical of Ontario government forestry plan | TheSpec.com

* CityNews

* Carbon tax revenue to go to climate change fund, not rebates: N.B. minister | New Brunswick | Globalnews.ca

* Canadian court upholds Trans Mountain pipeline expansion approval | Canada | The Guardian

* Canada’s federal court to rule on Indigenous challenge to Trans Mountain pipeline | Globalnews.ca

* Britain unveils climate conference plans despite criticism | National | Globalnews.ca

2020-02-03

* Youth Climate Activists Have Endorsed Bernie Sanders. Can It Tip the Scales?

* Teenage climate activist nominated for Nobel Peace Prize | TheSpec.com

2020-02-02

* Does Canada have a ‘moral and legal obligation’ to allow climate migrants? | CBC News