Tar Sands Blockade video raises questions about what we may see in B.C.
U.S. activists are gearing up for a civil-disobedience campaign in response to TransCanada Corp.'s plan to possibly begin building the Keystone XL Pipeline within weeks.
The peaceful direct-action group Tar Sands Blockade recently released a video, which shows how American environmentalists are willing to to put their bodies on the line to stop Alberta oil from reaching U.S. refineries.
U.S. activists speak about the need to save the planet.
If this is what's happening south of the border, one can only imagine the type of resistance that Enbridge and Kinder Morgan will encounter if they gain approval for pipeline proposals delivering tar-sands oil to Kitimat and Vancouver.