Paul Seamans of Dakota Rural Action, and South Dakota landowner John Harter talk about facing down TransCanada’s eminent domain for private gain and the Keystone XL tarsands export pipeline in this new video from NextGenClimate.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Sept. 24, 2020 TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline Surveys Concern Tribes, Disrupt Nebraska Farmers’ Harvests Ponca Tribe of Nebraska urges State Dept. to inform TC Energy its current “surveys” for Native American cultural artifacts and sites are invalid, do not meet federal obligations Norfolk, NE — The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska has written […]
TransCanada / TC Energy has informed landowners on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline route who have challenged the eminent domain seizure of their property for the pipeline that the company intends to conduct various surveys — including for “cultural” Native American artifacts. Unfortunately, due to the current status quo with eminent domain laws tipped heavily […]
Tell the U.S. Army Corps: Reject the Keystone XL water permits. TransCanada has applied for new permits from the Army Corps of Engineers and state agencies to build its proposed Keystone XL pipeline across over 1,000 U.S. waterways, including the Missouri, Niobrara, and Keya Paha rivers in Nebraska.  The pipeline would imperil the drinking […]