A great loss. Reuters: Drummer Levon Helm. longtime member of The Band, dies at 71, family says
CALGARY, Alberta, April 17 (Reuters) – A Canadian
environmental group has split in two as a way to keep up public
opposition to projects such as Enbridge Inc’s Northern
Gateway oil pipeline to the West Coast, while avoiding moves by
Ottawa that threatened its previous charitable status.
Officials with ForestEthics Canada, a staunch opponent of
the C$5.5 billion ($5.6 billion) pipeline, said on Tuesday one
segment will keep on working on environmental projects and
agreements as a way to adhere to tighter enforcement of rules
that limit the political action of charitable groups.