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13 October 2017
By Steven Guilbeault, Équiterre Co-founder and Senior Director Some think the Energy East pipeline was abandoned primarily for economic reasons. Some, including TransCanada, think the National Energy Board (NEB) is to blame because it changed the rules midstream. Others think the massive opposition...
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12 October 2017
Équiterre continues reaching out across the province to talk to the general public about electric transportation, but also, Electrifying encounters will be making a stop at large companies, too. As well as promoting the benefits of transportation electrification to employees, this campaign...
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12 October 2017
Quebec schools have a unique opportunity to take part in a new contest run by Équiterre and its partners: My Charged Up School. Through a variety of fun, interactive educational activities, students will learn about electric transportation and sustainable mobility at school.   ELECTRIFYING...
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5 October 2017
Early this morning, TransCanada announced the end of its Energy East project. Équiterre and many civil society groups, such as the Assembly of First Nations of Quebec and Labrador, the United Federations of Producers, trade unions, 300 municipalities and citizen groups had mobilized against this...
29 September 2017
Équiterre took a stand recently to fight against pesticides used in Quebec and Canada that affect our very food supply.  
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