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BC’s new NDP Energy Minister Michelle Mungall lies like Alberta’s! Agrees to Review by “Industry Likes It!” Synergy Frac Panel Called for by Ben Parfitt, Council of Canadians, Caleb Behn et al, Complete with Predetermined Outcome – No Moratorium, No Matter What the Frac Panel Concludes!

Mungall’s all in on fracking review, but not moratorium by Vaughn Palmer, November 22, 2017, Vancouver Sun VICTORIA — During a break from answering questions in the legislature about Site C this week, Energy Minister Michelle Mungall faced down a call for … Continue reading

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This Saturday Morning, November 25, 2017 11:05 AM Pacific Time – 12:05 PM: Bob Hansen with CHLY 101.7 FM out of Nanaimo, BC, interviews Jessica Ernst

Bob Hansen interviews Jessica Ernst November 25, 2017 11:05 AM – 12:05 PM Pacific Time, on CHLY 101.7 FM out of Nanaimo, a campus community FM station, powered by volunteers. All shows on this station can be heard live at … Continue reading

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New Study by Hildenbrand et al: Harmful bacteria thrive in water contaminated near drilling. And New Book: Advances in Chemical Pollution, Environmental Management and Protection: Environmental Issues Concerning Hydraulic Fracturing

Study: Harmful bacteria thrive in water contaminated near drilling by Mike Soraghan, November 22, 2017, E&E News Texas researchers say they’ve found harmful bacteria in contaminated groundwater near Texas shale drilling sites, saying the discovery could explain some of the more … Continue reading

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Trudeau facing choice of new Supreme Court of Canada chief justice from Quebec (J Richard Wagner) or dark-horse (J Rosalie Abella) candidate, sources say

Trudeau facing choice of new chief justice from Quebec or dark-horse candidate, sources say by Sean Fine, November 21, 2017, The Globe and Mail Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing a choice between the first francophone chief justice of the … Continue reading

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How did this get past Trump, Encana, CAPP, Energy in Depth etc? The Journal of the American Medical Association Publishes Concerns about Fracking Contaminating Air and Drinking Water, and Harming Human Health!

Potential Health Impacts Related to Fracking [Subscription req’d] by Russell A. Wilke, MD, PhD (Department of Internal Medicine, University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, Sioux Falls) and Jerome W. Freeman, MD (Department of Neurosciences, University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine, Sioux Falls) November 7, 2017, Journal American Medical … Continue reading

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NE BC Fracking May Be Exposing Pregnant Women to Carcinogen, Study Says; Researchers found markers suggested benzene levels 3.5 times normal levels

Interesting comments by readers and their slap downs of a few lying shills to Nikiforuk’s article, click on link to read them: ‘Red Flag’ Raised: Study Finds Possible Fracking Risk to Pregnant BC, Women,  Researchers found markers suggested benzene levels … Continue reading

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Study: Water use in ND Oil Patch increased almost 20-fold in seven years, Most dramatic increases for Frackin’ the Bakken where average groundwater levels in three shallow aquifers decreased

Study: Water use in ND Oil Patch increased almost 20-fold in seven years by Forum staff, Nov 15, 2017, The Dickinson Press FARGO—Water use for oil production in the Bakken oilfields increased almost 20-fold from 2008 to 2014, with water … Continue reading

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Study by Cornell University to be released early 2018, Did Fracking sicken Tioga Downs’ foals?

Fracking study: Answers soon on sick foals of Tioga Downs owner by Tom Wilber, November 16, 2017, Press Connects Jeff Gural talks about his foals, which mysteriously fell ill but have since made a full recovery. Staff video When foals on … Continue reading

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“The public has a right to know”: Fracking companies don’t have to disclose chemicals linked to health concerns

Part One Part Two: Click to listen to the audio: “The public has a right to know”: Fracking companies don’t have to disclose chemicals linked to health concerns by Scott Tong, November 15, 2017, Market Place … Secrecy lies at the heart … Continue reading

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Industrial Strength: How U.S. Govt Hid Fracking’s Risks to Drinking Water, A pivotal EPA study provided rationale for exemptions that helped unleash the fracking boom. Science suppressed to protect industry interests

Industrial Strength: How the U.S. Government Hid Fracking’s Risks to Drinking Water, A pivotal EPA study provided the rationale for exemptions that helped unleash the fracking boom. The science was suppressed to protect industry interests by Neela Banerjee, November 16, 2017, Inside … Continue reading

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“Unconscionable!” Diana Daunheimer on Rachel Notley’s NDP giving $50 Million from education taxes paid by Albertans to municipalities to cover oil & gas companies not paying their taxes (after years of massive profit taking)

Diana Daunheimer, frac’d mother of two living by Didsbury, FB comment: The NDP are taking money collected from taxpayers for education in the province, to pay municipalities, for defaulting oil and gas companies. This is unconscionable. Not only have our … Continue reading

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Documents show EPA health concerns on frac chemicals kept secret, approved for use by companies near families & communities anyways: Intentional Environmental Racism by Regulators? Against everyone living frac’d?

Quote of the Day sent by Pennsylvania’s Bob Donnan: It is always sound business to take any obtainable net gain, at any cost and at any risk to the rest of the community. THORSTEIN VEBLEN Part 2 tomorrow: Including on … Continue reading

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Disgraced ex-judge Robin Camp said he’s learned his lesson. Really? “Knees Together” Camp Accompanied Ezra Levant On Trip To Train UK Rebel Staff, Camp stood by his comments about sexual assault, ex-Rebel employees say

Contrite Robin Camp insists he’s ready to resume legal career as lawyer by Bill Kaufmann, November 14, 2017, Calgary Herald Saying he’s a changed man since questioning the conduct of a sexual-assault complainant, former judge Robin Camp said Tuesday he should … Continue reading

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U of C researchers sound alarm over radon levels in Calgary homes, expanding study across Alberta. Radon in frac fields needs study first, but started decades ago, before the frac hell began

U of C researchers sound alarm over radon levels in Calgary homes by James Wood, November 14, 2017, Calgary Herald After discovering a significant health threat in many Calgary homes, University of Calgary researchers are turning their attention to the rest of … Continue reading

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New Study on Pregnant Women Living Near Frac’d Natural Gas Sites in Peace River Valley, NE BC Raises Concerns: Benzene biomarker (muconic acid) in urine 3.5 times higher than in women in general Canadian population

Exposure to benzene during pregnancy: a pilot study raises concerns in British Columbia by University of Montreal, November 13, 2017, ScienceDaily Summary: New research reveals that 29 pregnant women living near natural-gas hydraulic fracturing sites had a median concentration of … Continue reading

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Diana Daunheimer sums up AER’s “industry likes it” Lexin & OWA mega million dollar fraud, intentionally set up decades ago

Two comments to the article Joe L Howse Is this why klien and his cronies moved govt offices down to cowtown ? …to the …put the fox in with the hens ? …..smh…. Diana Daunheimer [Much better and more accurate … Continue reading

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To Honour the Fallen on Remembrance Day: Make public AER’s secret “D79 Abandoned Well Methane Toxicity Preliminary Assessment” & Appendix 2 by Alberta Health, Admitting “Acute-Life threatening” risks & “Neurological effects”

To honour women and men fallen, and to protest Canada enabling Israel’s human rights abuses and torturing of Palestinians, Ernst stopped – years ago, buying or wearing poppies. Instead, in Remembrance, Ernst exposes harms to citizens and environment enabled by … Continue reading

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Supreme Court of Canada grants AER an appeal and shows its big oil bias again.

In AER vs Redwater, CAPP (Canada’s large oil and gas lobby group, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers) sent correspondence to the Court supporting AER. The Court included it in the docket for AER‘s appeal. In Ernst vs AER, citizens … Continue reading

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Edmonton & St Albert going to get frac’ed? Oilpatch spending to ramp up in Canada’s ‘hottest new play.’ Chevron could spend US$1 billion on Duvernay shale basin

Oilpatch spending to ramp up in Canada’s ‘hottest new play,’ led by Chevron Chevron could spend US$1 billion on the Duvernay shale basin, according to Wood Mackenzie by Geoffrey Morgan, November 7, 2017, Financial Post CALGARY – Chevron Corp. is ramping … Continue reading

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UPDATED! Synergy Alberta Strikes BC! 17 groups, including BC Tap Water Alliance, join call for frac regulations! Calling for regulations gives industry social licence to frac. Has Synergy finally conquered Will Koop?

Synergy Alberta’s evil seems complicated. If you say no to the money and think about it with your greed & blinders off, you’ll get it. *** Let’s start with some Canadian frac harm study and public input history: 2002: 15 … Continue reading

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Yukon, Peel Watershed: Upcoming (Lying) Supreme Court of Canada Ruling, First Nation Nacho Nyak Dun et al v. Govt of Yukon, May ‘Destroy the Faith’ in First Nations Treaties. “Canada’s legal system is flawed, because it ends up favoring resource extraction.”

Supreme Court of Canada Case Docket # 36779 Canada Legal Fight May ‘Destroy the Faith’ in First Nations Treaties by Dan Levinnov, November 5, 2017, New York Times OVER THE HART RIVER, Yukon Territory — The indigenous groups thought they … Continue reading

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November 9, 2017: Lying Supreme Court of Canada to release decision whether they will hear AER’s (Orphan Well) appeal against Redwater’s money snatcher

Supreme Court of Canada’s November 6, 2017 Press Release announcing they will release on November 9 their decision on whether to grant the AER a hearing or not. Docket The Supreme Court of Canada judges took only one month to … Continue reading

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Ponca Nation of Oklahoma to Recognize the Rights of Nature to Stop Fracking

PONCA NATION OF OKLAHOMA TO RECOGNIZE THE RIGHTS OF NATURE TO STOP FRACKING by Movement Rights, October 31, 2017, intercontinentalcry San Francisco, CA – After suffering for years with poisoned water and serious health issues due to fracking and injection wells on … Continue reading

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Oklahoma: Pawnee Nation’s $400,000 Earthquake Damages Case Moves Forward

Pawnee Nation’s Earthquake Case Moves Forward by Scott Poynter, October 27, 2017, Poynter Law Group Earlier this year, the Pawnee Nation brought suit in tribal court against Cummings Oil and Eagle Road Oil for about $400,000 in earthquake damages caused … Continue reading

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Robin Mathews: From Harper to Trudeau, The Saga of Corruption in Canada Continues. False News. False Newsmakers. Untroubled Power. The Supreme Court of Canada publishes lies too

  The Israelization of governments, militaries and security forces means the Palestinianization of most of the rest of us.  Jeff Halper, Israeli anthropologist   From Harper to Trudeau, The Saga of Corruption in Canada Continues False News. False Newsmakers. Untroubled … Continue reading

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Unbelievable Gall! No wonder Canada’s legal system is broken! Ex-Judge “sex hurts & why didn’t you keep your knees together” Robin Camp seeks to practise law again in Alberta

[Review first: 2017 03 23: ‘This Hour Has 22 Minutes’ Sketch: “Judges: a danger to Canadian women” 2017 03 25: Oh Canada! Once-imprisoned lawyer (for child pornography) one step closer to getting his licence to practise law in Ontario, Two … Continue reading

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Frac’d Canadiana: Ernst and friend chat about snow & cold & water tank frozen in truck

2017 11 02: Ernst’s water tank in truck at Rosebud, Alberta Conversation posted with permission: On Thu, 2 Nov 2017 09:35:54 -0600, Jessica Ernst email hidden; JavaScript is required wrote: Ernst’s Jack Russell, Gem herself [another of gem’s nicknames] is … Continue reading

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Syncrude facing new charges for deaths of 31 great blue herons in 2015

Syncrude facing new charges for deaths of 31 great blue herons in 2015 by Vincent McDermott, Fort McMurray Today, November 1, 2017, Edmonton Journal Syncrude Canada is facing two new federal charges for allegedly destroying or disturbing a nest or egg, following … Continue reading

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Now it’s oilmen who say fracking could harm groundwater. How many oilmen settle & gag when their water is contaminated or vertical wells are destroyed by frac’ing?

Now it’s oilmen who say fracking could harm groundwater by Mike Soraghan, November 1, 2017, E&E News HOLDENVILLE, Okla. — It’s no longer just environmentalists [What about the thousands of water well owners and residents in communities living with water contaminated … Continue reading

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“Frack Well Bashing” is going to get expensive! Frack Hit Demolition Derby Down Below: Drill, inject, bump ‘n crack, hit ‘n smash, bash ‘n dash, while Encana lies ‘n says, “We don’t frac. We stimulate.” 2 wells, 1 patch of dirt. Who gets the oil? The biggest bully. “Fracks hitting wells several miles away.”

Whole lotta bashing going on … Jury Delivers Verdict In Oklahoma ‘Well-Bashing’ Case by Alex Cameron, September 01, 2017, News9 PIEDMONT, Oklahoma – A U.S. District Court jury delivered a verdict last month that is rippling through the state’s oil and … Continue reading

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Oklahoma Supreme Court, in 6-3 decision, rules state’s electric-car tax unconstitutional, was simply to impose a new financial burden

Oklahoma Supreme Court rules state’s electric-car tax unconstitutional by Sean Szymkowski, Oct 26, 2017, Green Car Reports When the Oklahoma Legislature passed a bill earlier this year that imposed new fees on owners of hybrid and electric cars only, it was swiftly … Continue reading

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Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan Sues Chicago Gas Company, Peoples Gas, for underground natural-gas leak that contaminated water wells

Illinois Attorney General Sues Gas Company Over Leak, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan sues Chicago gas company over underground natural-gas leak that has affected water wells in central part of the state by US News, Oct. 25, 2017 MAHOMET, Ill. (AP) — … Continue reading

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Enabling sexual predators? Enabling Canadian judges revictimizing sexual assault victims? Enabling Canada’s demented abusive legal system? Threatening sexual assault victims to keep silent? Galling, throw-women-back-into-the-cave statements to Criminal Lawyers’ Association by Canada’s Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin

2017 11 02: Government consultation hears women in workplace under-report harassment for fear of retaliation 2017 11 01: More than half of adult women in Canada have experienced ‘unwanted sexual pressure,’ online survey suggests 2017 11 01: The Yukon government … Continue reading

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Berthoud Colorado: Old well bubbles mostly drilling mud, some oil by home driveway, down Highway. Who’s frac’ing nearby? And on how many hundreds of wells?

Oil crews stay on scene of drilling mud spill near Berthoud, Colorado officials say small amounts little oil included by Pamela Johnson, October 30, 2017, Reporter-Herald Crews remained on scene Monday at an abandoned oil well that spilled about 300 barrels of … Continue reading

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Challenge to all frac harmed citizens that settled & gagged, especially if ordered so by judges: Break your gag order! Weinstein scandal puts nondisclosure agreements in spotlight, sparks criticism that such gags allow powerful companies and individuals to stave off scrutiny to continue abusive practices “down the street” as AER’s outside counsel Glenn Solomon so aptly puts it

That appearance of cooperation, of a contract that unites two unequal parties against the prying eyes of the world, diminishes the women while absolving the men. …  It is as if, with their money and influence, Weinstein and his ilk … Continue reading

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A snake oil salesman

To whom it may concern, In his letter to the editor, Gérard Montpetit, from La Présentation, denounces Jason Kenny’s lack of rigour and ethical analysis. For the last few weeks, Mr Kenny has been trying to boost his leadership campaign … Continue reading

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Oklahoma seismologist, Austin Holland, scolded by fracked academia (the dean!) for linking earthquake swarms to powerful oil and gas industry

Okla. scientist says he was scolded for linking shaking to industry by Mike Soraghan, E&E News, October 20, 2017 Oklahoma’s former state seismologist said in a deposition that he quit because he was reprimanded by a superior at the University of … Continue reading

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Canada, the world’s stupidest “petro” (fascist) state: Oil giants pay billions less tax in Canada than abroad

Revealed: oil giants pay billions less tax in Canada than abroad  by Martin Lukas, October 26, 2017, The Guardian Canada taxes its oil and gas companies at a fraction of the rate they are taxed abroad, including by countries ranked among … Continue reading

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Attorney General of Canada “Breaks rules in Court. All. The. Time.” Fails to File Statement of Defence within 30 days. In Ernst vs Encana, Encana filed Statement of Defence more than 2 years late; Alberta Environment more than 3 years late; AER never filed, with their lawyer Glenn Solomon bragging about it.

On Alberta’s “rules” of court (revised in 2010) by Osler, law firm representing Encana in Ernst vs Encana, November 1, 2010: The time period for filing a statement of defence has changed. A statement of defence must be filed and … Continue reading

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Heaven Help Our Drinking Water: How many frac hit damages when Encana fracs multi-stacked, 60 wells per section?

This illustration shows how fast Encana’s drilling tech is changing by Deborah Jaremko, October 23, 2017, jwnenergy The advances in drilling technology that were cutting edge seven years ago and unlocked a massive production surge in the United States are … Continue reading

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