Things Are Good: How To Stop An Oil And Gas Pipeline: The Unist’ot’en Camp Resistance

The Unist’ot’en people have been fighting the deplorable people at TransCanada, Enbridge, and other companies who are trying to increase their capability to destroy the environment. The Unist’ot’en camp began in 2010 and has grown since to blockade the land from corporate tools trying to get pipelines through the area. Of course, the Canadian (and ...

ParliamANT Hill: MusiciAnt keeps rockin’ the ConservAntives’ world

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ParliamANT Hill: MusiciAnt songs banned on radio station

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Harper Valley: Indigenous Pipeline (Twinned)

Indigenous Pipe Line (Twinned)     Filed under: Political Humour Tagged: Aboriginal, bitumen, chanupa, First Nations, indian, indigenous, native, oil sands, peace pipe, peacepipe, pipe line, tar, twinned

The Scott Ross: Politically Correct Alberta Isn’t Alberta

When it comes to women, immigrants, and religion, Alberta isn’t known for its political correctness, but when it comes to Alberta’s oil, that’s a different story. It’s not a slight against Albertans to say for the most part they pride themselves on not being politically correct. Western Canada has been known for its straight-talking and ...