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Canadian lobbyists attack Netflix children's film for 'anti-oil propaganda'

Canadian Energy Centre, funded by Alberta government, says Bigfoot Family ‘brainwashes’ youngsters and ‘peddles lies’
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Climate experts call for 'dangerous' Michael Moore film to be taken down

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Michael Moore drops new climate change doc 'Planet of the Humans'

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The largest environmental film festival just went virtual

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