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    Keystone pipeline spilled 1.4 million litres of oil in North Dakota

    Oct 31, 2019 – CBC News –

    The cause of the rupture has not yet been disclosed but the initial estimate makes it one of the biggest onshore crude spills in the past decade. Pipeline operator Calgary-based TC Energy has been seeking to expand this pipeline system linking Western Canadian oil fields to U.S. refineries with its proposed Keystone XL project.

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    Greta Thunberg declined a climate award because the world needs more action, fewer awards

    Oct 29, 2019 – CNN –

    “…What we need is for our politicians and the people in power start to listen to the current, best available science. …There is no lack of beautiful words. But when it comes to our actual emissions and our ecological footprints per capita – if we include our consumption, our imports as well as aviation and shipping – then it’s a whole other story.

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    New rapid bus lines could mean massive changes for Winnipeg Transit

    Oct 29, 2019 – CBC News –

    Winnipeg Transit has unveiled its Transit Master Plan. Plans for the new system would see passengers transfer buses more often but get them to their destinations faster, with more frequent service and fewer “pass-ups”.

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    What a Liberal minority government means for Canada’s environment

    Oct 21, 2019 – The Narwhal –

    With the Liberals returned to government but with a minority of seats there’s much we don’t know yet. Here are a few things we can reasonably expect to happen on the environment file.

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    ‘Our future is at stake’: Greta Thunberg tells climate rally in Edmonton

    Oct 18, 2019 – CBC News –

    By foot, by bus and by truck, hundreds of Albertans made their way to the provincial legislature grounds in Edmonton, drawn by a 16-year-old Swedish girl who is trying to change the conversation…

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