Wednesday, Oct 18, 2017 

Pipeline News

Dogs of War fight off Enbridge
By Karen Mahon


t this moment sheriffs are waiting outside the office at 207 W Hastings on Enbridge's orders to seize all assets of the organization.

This morning our staff was served a notice of writ of seizure and sale, and two sheriffs showed up at our door, demanding to take all of our assets. 

This because stood up to the National Energy Board under Harper to fight against inadequate public consultation for Tar Sands pipelines in 2014 and now Enbridge is trying to shut down the organization in order to pay their court costs.

"This is an outrageous act of bullying by Enbridge", says Campaigns Director Karen Mahon. "Enbridge is a massive corporation that earned $4.6 billion last year, yet is demanding pay their court costs, even though time has proven them wrong."

Enbridge sees that is a threat, and is thus trying to stop our work.

About is an environmental organization that challenges corporations and governments to treat people and the environment with respect. Formerly ForestEthics, Stand has helped keep 2 trillion barrels of oil in the ground, placed 6.4 million hectares of forest into ecosystem-based management, and shifted over $100 billion of corporate purchasing into more sustainable sources.


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