Native Groups in Canada and U.S. Vow to Fight Oil Sands Pipelines

CBC: An alliance of First Nations leaders is preparing to fight proposed new pipelines in the courts and through unspecified direct action. Native leaders from Canada and the United States were on Parliament Hill on Wednesday to underline opposition to both the Northern Gateway and Keystone XL pipelines. The first would tie the Alberta oil sands to the West Coast, while the second would send bitumen to refineries on the American Gulf Coast. Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver said the federal......

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