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 Coalition of environmental groups call for rejection of Line 9 reversal proposal Montreal/Toronto - August 9th 2013 – Evidence submitted this week to the National Energy Board (NEB) regarding Enbridge’s application to reverse its Line 9 oil pipeline through Quebec and Ontario raised new concerns about the safety of the project. International pipeline safety...
In this blog post, originally published in French in the Métro newspaper, Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and senior director of Equiterre, expresses his shock and dismay at a recent announcement by Quebec Transport Minister Sylvain Gaudreault regarding plans to extend Greater Montreal's Autoroute 19.  Last Friday was supposed to be an exciting day for me. I was going to...
Actualité - 28 May 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Steven Guilbeault, Sustainable mobility policy
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. Equiterre senior director Steven Guilbeault will: explain the risks propose alternatives to tar sands oil A great way to find out what you can do! Brought to you by Equiterre in...
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. Equiterre senior director Steven Guilbeault will explain the risks of such a project and propose alternatives to tar sands oil.  Find out what you can do! Brought to you by Equiterre in...
“The tar sands are heading East,” a conference on pipeline projects and Indigenous rights, Concordia University. Find out why you should be concerned about the tar sands coming east at this conference featuring: Melina Laboucan-Massimo, a Lubicon Cree Indigenous rights advocate and tar sands climate & energy campaigner for Greenpeace, on the frontline impact...
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. The NEB invites citizens to participate in the process. Find out how at this meeting, where Equiterre cofounder and deputy director Steven Guilbeault will talk about alternatives to tar sands oil....
This month, the people of Trois-Rivières can choose from a host of environmental activities. First, Equiterre will be participating in the 4th edition of the Éco-Salon du Lac Saint-Pierre, which runs from Friday, February 15 to Sunday, February 17, at the Bâtisse industrielle de Trois-Rivières, 1760 Avenue Gilles-Villeneuve:
Actualité - 6 February 2013 - Tag : Action group, Organization, Steven Guilbeault
First there was Enbridge, now there is TransCanada. The risk is greater, but so are our chances of winning.
Actualité - 4 February 2013 - Tag : Advocacy, Public talks, Sharing expertise, Steven Guilbeault, Tar sands
Enbridge's former Trailbreaker project would have reversed the flow in existing pipelines to ship crude from the tar sands to Portland, Maine by way of Ontario and Quebec. Has this controversial project been revived? The National Energy Board (NEB) has already approved a reversal for an Ontario portion of the project, and is currently considering whether to extend the reversal...
The pipeline company Enbridge has asked the National Energy Board (NEB) for permission to reverse the flow in its Line 9 pipeline and to use it to carry tar sands crude to Montreal. The NEB allows citizens to participate in the process. Find out how at this meeting, where Equiterre cofounder and deputy director Steven Guilbeault will talk about alternatives to tar sands oil....