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The year in review: a look at our coverage

Where do we fight? Why will we win? Here’s a look at the struggles that define the world

‘Good guy’ Trudeau approves oil pipeline expansion despite Indigenous protest

For the past year, a group of Secwepemc Indigenous people have been camping in the pipeline’s path to protest the construction of the pipeline

14 Wet’suwet’en activists released due to lack of evidence

The activists were arrested after the police forcibly evacuated the protest camp of the Indigenous communities against the laying of pipelines by Coastal GasLink

Indigenous women activists protest Lima Group’s meeting in Canada

The protest by the Women’s Coordinating Committee for a Free Wallmapu was among a series of demonstrations held during the meeting of the Lima Group, a platform of conservative Latin American governments, which sought to legitimize the coup attempt by Juan Guaido against Nicolas Maduro

Canada land protests People across Canada protest to oppose oil pipeline construction on indigenous lands

Decade-old protest camps on Wet’suwet’en lands were violently breached by the police to make way for a TransCanada Corp. oil pipeline, which will be part of the largest private sector project in the country if completed

Activists rejoice over Keystone XL pipeline verdict, prepare for further battles

A US federal judge halted the construction of the controversial Keystone KL pipeline, pending a comprehensive environmental review. Activists have been protesting for years against the project on account of its threat to the ecological heritage of the area

In a win for First Nation communities, Canadian court quashes oil pipeline expansion

The verdict came even the sale of the company which owned the pipeline to the government was approved

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