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In a recent legal development, the Justice Department has sided with a Wisconsin tribe's claim against a Canadian energy company over land rights, sparking controversy.

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Why more than 60 Indigenous nations oppose the Line 5 oil pipeline

The 70 year-old pipeline, which just won a key permit, poses “an unacceptable risk of an oil spill into the Great Lakes.”
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After months of inaction, federal judge lets Michigan AG Nessel appeal Line 5 jurisdictional ruling

A federal judge has granted Attorney General Dana Nessel’s request to have an appeals court take another look at her own court’s jurisdictional ruling.

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Why Michigan is trying to shut down Canada's Enbridge Line 5 pipeline

An ageing pipeline is at the centre of a heated debate about environmental and energy concerns.
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Here’s who a Line 5 spill in Lake Huron could affect

Line 5 is still a point of cross-border contention: Enbridge says the pipeline is safe, while a Michigan study shows oil from a spill could reach Manitoulin Island and beyond. Here’s what Lake Huron locals and visitors think
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Mich., Minn. water protectors show up in force at public comment for Line 5 tunnel project

Indigenous water protectors, environmentalists, Enbridge supporters and concerned citizens argued for and against the Canadian pipeline company’s proposed Line 5 replacement project.

Army Corps of Engineers opens Line 5 environmental review

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers opens Line 5 environmental review

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Detroit District on Monday formally published a notice of intent for its forthcoming draft environmental impact statement (EIS) on the embattled Line 5 tunnel project.