Hidden in Conservative Govt Bill C-45 is a law that allows Corporations a free hand to destroy Canadian rivers and lakes which are the source of life, and our drinking water. AND when you add agreements free trade agreements like FIPPA which allows Chinese companies a free hand and not be held accountable, we have a very serious breach of Canadian sovereignty!
Canada Under Seige -- Why the Tar Sands in Alberta, FIPPA, Bill C-45, and the Sale of NEXEN should have Canadians on the streets in revolution
2012 -- July 23 -- CNOOC announces the buyout of NEXEN
2012 -- Sept 20 - NEXEN Share Holders Approve Sale to CNOOC
2012 -- Oct 07 -- FIPPA agreement with China Signed by Harper
2012 -- Dec 07 -- Harper Government gives full approval of sale of NEXEN to CNOOC
2012 -- Dec 14 - Senate Passes Harper Government Bill C-45 that will allow Corp destruction of the environment.
The Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Act (FIPPA), went into effect in October of 2012 and is Canada's biggest foreign trade treaty since NAFTA.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper Sold a piece of Canada to the Highest Bidder and changed Canadian Law to ensure that the Chinese State Owned Company could not be challenged by anyone through Bill C-45. This bill Destroys Canadian Sovereignty and the protection over its lakes and rivers.
TAKE ACTION & INFO:
Idle No More
Theresa Spence Interview -- Shane Belcourt
Idle No More Short Documentary - GROUNDED NEWS
Re-Think Alberta -- Official Website
Re-Think Alberta - Video
Tar Sands Oil Extraction - The Dirty Truth
Dirty Oil (available to watch online)
Road to Endless War (Part 5 of 6)
2009 -- The Scientific Evidence -- Alberta Tar Sands Pollution
2009 -- Science Daily - Untold Levels of Oil Sands Pollution On Athabasca River Confirmed
2010 -- CBC News - Tar Sands Mining linked to Athabaska River Toxins
2010 -- High Levels of Toxic Pollutants in Athabaska River System (Video)
2011 -- CTV News -- Athabaska Pollution Near Oil Sands is Increasing
Tar Sands Oil Extraction Spreading Radidly
Senate Passes Harper Government Bill C-45
Company favoured foreign workers over qualified Canadians