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We are all standing with Fort McMurray

I saw this imagery of smoke from the Fort McMurray fire spreading over the continent and thought, how apt. Fort McMurray's ashes are spreading across Canada, and we are all sharing in the grief, but Canadians generosity and support is spreading back to Alberta at light speed.
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Storytellers Film Festival – The Pas, Manitoba, March 20, 2016

One River, Many Relations is honoured and excited to be included in the upcoming ‘Storytellers Film Festival’ in The Pas, Manitoba. For the third year in a row, this festival celebrates storytelling as an integral part of Indigenous culture that has...
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One River, Many Relations goes on TOUR!

The time has come! One River, Many Relations is going on tour and screening for the public. We’ve got plans for a short film tour that’s coming up soon, stopping in Winnipeg on November 2nd, London ON on November 4th,...
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One River, Many Relations Producer debates Oil Sands future with Economist, Engineer

With constantly rising tensions between industry and the land and communities it affects, it is no surprise that many are struggling to understand and respond to their roles in what can be significant ethical dilemma. Last Friday, Canadian Mennonite University...
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Film Fest to Feature One River Many Relations Documentary

The 16th annual Planet in Focus Film Festival will run from October 21st – 25th in Toronto, Canada. This year One River Many Relations is honored to be featured in the renowned film festival. The film festival will launch with...
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Nexen Shutting Down After AER Suspends Pipelines

This is not the type of news one usually hears from the Athabasca Oil Sands. After the largest oil spill in Canadian history, and being slapped with a suspension of 95 pipelines by the Alberta Energy Regulator due to the company’s lack of...
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Canada’s Premiers to release national energy strategy

View image | gettyimages.com Today, Canada’s provincial Premiers released the collaborative Canadian Energy Strategy to guide nation-wide energy industry development, which includes pipeline projects. In light of recent events, like one of the largest oil spills in Canada’s history that...
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Frontier Oils Sands delayed by 5 years

A new Oil Sands development north of Fort McMurray – just upstream from Fort Chipewyan – has been delayed by 5 years, Teck Resources announced yesterday. The reasons given have to do with oil prices and changing markets, but the...
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Alberta Auditor General Says Oilsands Piggybank Too Tiny

Today the Auditor General of Manitoba, Merwan Saher, blasted the provincial government for not requiring oilsands companies to cough up enough cash in advance in order to clean up and remediate affected landscapes once the last batch of crude has been shipped out.
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UNESCO Moves to Investigate Threats to Wood Buffalo National Park

UNESCO has responded positively to Mikisew Cree First Nation's petition to list Canada's emerald jewel, Wood Buffalo National Park, as in danger. In Germany on Wednesday, UNESCO agreed to launch a Reactive Monitoring Mission in order to ascertain whether "effective and active measures are taken for its protection, conservation and presentation." Mikisew claims that the park is threatened on all sides: Uranium abandonment in the east, oil sands development in the south, hydro dam construction in the west, and a gutting of environmental legislation by the federal government in the past decade.
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