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    World’s hottest leader is in hot water

    #DearJustin: Sending a message to Justin Trudeau

    Join our #DearJustin Team — https://www.stand.earth/dearjustin?ms=fbpageHow do people feel about Trudeau's support for pipelines? We went to the streets to find out — with a cardboard cutout of the Prime Minister.

    Posted by Stand on Thursday, June 15, 2017

    In the halcyon days of 2015, Justin Trudeau was our new Canadian bae. But now a creepy clown is in the White House, no one says “bae” anymore, and Justin Trudeau is, in many ways, just another disappointing politician. The second-youngest PM in Canadian history, Trudeau’s good looks and progressive cred helped sweep him into […] More

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    Dude Who Tripled Price of Insulin Nominated to Regulate Price of Insulin

    This is a coup for Big Pharma

    Click here to tell your Senators "Hell No:" bit.ly/NoPharmaBro

    Posted by The Other 98% on Tuesday, November 14, 2017

    I’ve run out of jokes about foxes guarding hen houses, but Trump clearly hasn’t. The President confirmed in a tweet on Monday (because of course) that he was nominating Alex Azar to run the Department of Health and Human Services. Azar would replace Tom Price, whose “public jets for private travel” scandal will probably look […] More

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    “This is not your private property:” Why I’m facing charges for taking on an oil giant

    #StopKMFlotilla: Kayaktivists stop Kinder Morgan construction

    This Saturday, October 28th, 60+ kayaktivists stopped construction on the Kinder Morgan tanker terminal in Metro Vancouver. 5 of these courageous individuals were arrested. Along with hundreds of people rallying on the ground, these kayaktivists demonstrated to politicians -- like Prime Minister Trudeau -- that resistance to Kinder Morgan is strong. This dangerous tar sands pipeline will never be built.

    Posted by 350 Canada on Monday, October 30, 2017

    Last week, I got arrested for kayaking next to a construction barge. It wasn’t exactly a surprise. My kayak was one of dozens of small boats, bobbing on the water near Whey-ah-Wechen, a traditional village site near what the settlers named Vancouver, British Columbia. We were there for the same reason the barge was there: […] More

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