An Indigenous-led movement to stop a new pipeline corridor transporting tar sands ramped up over the summer as drilling began under more than 20 river crossings. The Line 3 pipeline has been constructed by Enbridge, a Canadian multinational company, across Anishinaabe land. It is slated to carry tar sands from Alberta, Canada, down through North Dakota, across Minnesota and then to a port in Superior, Wisconsin, and at full carrying capacity can transport around 800,000 barrels per day. This makes the emissions output of the Line 3 pipeline roughly equal to that of 50 coal-fired power plants. ...


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