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By Jerome Turner, Smithers Interior News, October 29, 2013
The Unist’ot’en camp located around 70 kilometres south of Houston has been in place since 2010 in response to proposed pipelines such as Enbridge’s Northern Gateway and Pacific Trails’ liquid natural gas line. Continue reading
A small business that is making big headlines in the corporate investment world is the young Calgary based company Trinidad Drilling Ltd. Toting themselves as specializing in deep drilling solutions, in July of this year the company secured a deal “to build a 3,000 horsepower rig, Canada’s largest land- based oil and gas drilling rig, and operate it for five years in the Liard Basin of northeastern British Columbia to drill for gas supplies for a LNG terminal…” according to The Financial Post (05/09/13). At the time the recipient of this contract was undisclosed but a report titled Is 2014 a Breakout Year for This Small-Cap Drilling Company? posted October 2nd, 2013 list the partners as Apache Energy and Chevron. This report also goes on to accredit Trinidad Drilling Ltd.’s development of new advanced technology and equipment the reason these companies are able to operate and access hard to access LNG in the basin at all. Continue reading
Published Monday, October 28, 2013
A native longhouse built near the New Brunswick legislature is grabbing the attention of politicians, but city councillors in Fredericton have yet to say how the traditional native shelter may impact their own bylaws.
The longhouse – a traditional native shelter where decisions are made – was built on the weekend by anti-fracking demonstrators, who plan to keep the shelter there indefinitely. Continue reading
With some of the only video from behind police lines, subMedia.tv witnessed the brutal raid by the Royal Colonial Mounted Police on the Mi’kmaq blockade of fracking equipment. But the fierce response of the community in defense of the warriors was also captured on camera. We bring you the real story about what really went down on Highway 134, the story that the corporate media doesn’t want you to see. ~As posted on http://subMedia.com
For more info on the Elsipogtog and their struggle against fracking see http://sacredfirenb.com/