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Water Protectors send message to Enbridge during Indigenous contractor recruitment drive in Duluth

November 16, 2022 On November 15, Enbridge held a meet and greet at Pier B in the Duluth harbor to recruit more Native contractors to work on the proposed Enbridge’s Line 5 reroute through the Bad River watershed. Enbridge has recently been found guilty of criminal trespass and unjust enrichment in a lawsuit with the […]

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Tim Michels tied to criminal charges against Energy Transfer Partners in Pennsylvania

November 6, 2022 Homeowners Across Commonwealth Impacted By Unreported Losses of Drilling Fluid, Contaminated Drinking Water DOWNINGTOWN—On October 5, 2022 Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, in conjunction with the 45th Statewide Investigating Grand Jury, announced that the Office of Attorney General’s Environmental Crimes Section has charged Energy Transfer, L.P. (Energy Transfer), the corporate successor to Sunoco Pipeline L.P., […]

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Enbridge “Listening Sessions” in northern Wisconsin

October 25, 2022 Come and listen, then speak up ACTION ALERT: Water protectors, please consider attending one of these propaganda sessions being held by Enbridge in the area. So much to confront them with face to face: Judgments against them and their own criminality, the fact that only 5% of Line 5 fuel is slated […]

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Gov. Evers affirms Tribal Sovereignty across Wisconsin

October 24, 2022 On September 30, 2022, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers addressed activities on Madeline Island during the 168th anniversary celebration of the signing of the 1854 Treaty. “I am so looking forward to this sovereignty being embedded … it goes above and beyond just words. It is a solid promise from the State of […]

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Ethics complaint filed against Tim Michels for his unacceptable conflicts of interest

October 13, 2022 On October 11, 2022, an ethics complaint was filed with the Wisconsin Ethics Commission against Tim Michels in his bid for governor of Wisconsin. Among other things, the complaint alleges that because his business interests are heavily invested in energy markets, being governor of Wisconsin is a conflict of interests and would […]

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Three ways to testify regarding Enbridge Line 5 under the Straits of Mackinac

September 7, 2022 The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hosting three public scoping meetings for Enbridge’s Line 5 Pipeline Tunnel project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) scoping process. There are 3 ways to comment on the scope of the US Army Corps EIS for Enbridge’s proposed Line 5, not mutually exclusive: THIS THURSDAY September 8, […]

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Corps of Engineers schedules Enbridge Line 5 EIS public meetings

August 24, 2022 DETROIT– The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is hosting three public scoping meetings for Enbridge’s Line 5 Pipeline Tunnel project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) scoping process. The EIS’s 60-day scoping process began August 15 with the Notice of Intent (NOI) publishing in the Federal Register. Tribal Nations, agencies, communities, organizations, citizens and […]

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Winona LaDuke celebrates her birthday on Mooningwaanikaaning in Lake Superior on Madeline Island in a benefit for the water

August 18, 2022

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Mandela Barnes Meet and Greet at Tom’s Burned Down on Madeline Island

August 15, 2022

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Coalition Research Group asks for Independent Panel and Investigation of Line 3 Aquifer Breaches

Anniversary of Enbridge’s Breach of the LaSalle Valley AquiferConstruction of Enbridge Line 3 caused permanent damage Bagley, Minnesota, August 3, 2022 – The one-year anniversary of Enbridge’s breach of the LaSalle Valley aquifer at LaSalle Creek is upon us. We memorialize the damage to our water and our water-dependent ecosystems on the breachiversary, taking time […]

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