Neil Young oil sands
Neil Young is once again holding a benefit concert for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN.) The concert, set for
After making controversial comments last year in Washington, D.C. where he compared Fort McMurray to Hiroshima, Neil Young
We live in a society where it is impossible to live a functional lifestyle and not consume products made from petro-chemicals every single day. As such, the notion that environmentalists -- such as Neil Young for example -- have no right to criticize oil sands developments, pipelines or fracking because they "choose" to heat their homes and drive cars is downright nonsensical.
CBC is looking at requiring freelancers to disclose their speaking fees amid questions about Rex Murphy's speeches on the
Neil Young's Honour the Treaties tour has come to an end but not before it sparked some soul searching, and a lot of praise
Neil Young's comparison of Fort McMurray and the oilsands to Hiroshima has stirred up plenty of criticism. But is it accurate
A couple weeks ago I wanted to let my family and friends know what was going on in my life and I tweeted that I was going to be filming with Neil Young and Daryl Hannah in Fort McMurray. I was not prepared for the reaction. My phone was immediately blowing up with media requests to find out what was going on. Reaction from people commenting on social media in the community ranged from concern to rage over how Fort McMcMurray would be portrayed by these people who have a clear environmental agenda.
Neil Young only saw what he wanted to see when he visited Alberta's oilsands on his way to Washington D.C., where the rock