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Équiterre has published a brand-new report entitled: “Oil Pipeline Safety Failures in Canada: incidents, accidents and spills and the ongoing failure to protect the public”.
Actualité - 13 juin 2018 - Tag : Organization, Pipelines
  World class safety” regimes and “state-of-the-art” technology for oil pipelines? The facts are telling another story.  
Communiqué - 13 juin 2018 - Tag : Interventions publiques, Pipelines
Have your say about TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline! If it is built, over 700 km of this line would run through Quebec and pose a threat to drinking water sources. Your participation in the BAPE’s [Bureau d’audience publique sur l’environnement] public hearing process on this project could change everything. Équiterre has some simple suggestions for...
Actualité - 31 mars 2016 - Tag : Advocacy, Energy East, Pipelines, TransCanada
Équiterre will be participating, once again, in Montreal’s Nuit Blanche on Saturday, February 27. Visit the Centre for Sustainable Development and plunge into a red-hot atmosphere reflecting the impact of climate change. There’ll be a one-of-a-kind, really fun photo booth featuring symbols of Canada and Quebec threatened by climate change, tar sands and pipelines....
The oil industry has set expansion goals that, if reached, would see production soar from about 2.1 million barrels per day (mbpd) today to 4.7 mbpd by 2030, and to as much as 5.8 mbpd by 2035.
Two years after the tragedy at Lac-Mégantic here in Quebec, the question of maintaining an economy based on fossil fuels is a hotter topic than ever.
Actualité - 30 juin 2015 - Tag : Fight against climate change, fossil fuels, Organization, Pipelines
More than sixty groups across Canada are asking the National Energy Board (NEB) to close TransCanada’s Energy East application and keep it closed until the broken federal regulatory process is fixed. Groups, including environmental, civic, arts, justice and peace organizations, sent their request in a letter to NEB chair Peter Watson asking that TransCanada’s new,...
Toronto, May 13, 2015 – More than sixty groups across Canada are asking the National Energy Board (NEB) to close TransCanada’s Energy East application and keep it closed until the broken federal regulatory process is fixed.
Wednesday, February 5, the Centre for Sustainable Development (better known by its official name, Maison du développement durable) and Equiterre will welcome British Columbia's Tzeporah Berman for a noon-hour talk in English, Tarsands Expansion: An Opportunity or a Threat, about how the push for new pipelines and tarsands expansion is creating unprecedented community...