News September 19
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau participates in an armchair discussion at the 2019 CBTU Legislative Conference. Image: Adam Scotti/PMO
Karl Nerenberg | Long before 2001, most of us knew that imitating other cultures or ethnicities was not acceptable. Why didn't the young Justin Trudeau not know as much many years later?
Columnists September 19
San Francisco Youth Climate Strike - March 15, 2019. Image: Intothewoods7/Wikimedia Commons
Amy Goodman, Denis Moynihan | Climate activist Greta Thunberg has sparked a global movement with her "school strike for the climate." The final two Fridays of this month are expected to be some of the largest global protests ever.
Blog September 19
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Image: Government of Alberta/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | Ecojustice to Kenney's inquiry: stop acting like a kangaroo court that has already decided the outcome of its deliberations or prepare to be stopped in the real courts.
Podcast September 19
Image: Climate Action Toronto, May 3 2019. Payton Mitchell. Used with permission.
Victoria Fenner | Tomorrow is the first day of Climate Strike Canada. We hear from youth from across the country about what's happening and their hopes and frustrations about solving the climate crisis.
News September 19
An oil pipeline in Alaska. Image: Gillphoto/Wikimedia Commons
Diane Pinch | Activist and advocacy groups have been sounding the alarm on fossil fuels for generations, so what can be learned from the campaigns of the past?
Blog September 19
People wait outside Schoenfeld Theater in midtown Manhattan to see Come From Away. Image: Ajay Suresh/Wikimedia Commons
Ed Finn | The Broadway musical "Come from Away" has sublimely exposed non-Newfoundlanders to the province's uniquely hospitable and heartwarming culture.
Columnists September 18
Nuclear energy sign. Image: Chema Martínez Broncano/Flickr
Ole Hendrickson | With new environmental review regulations, the Liberal government has exempted more projects from review and further gutted Canada's environmental assessment regime.
Blog September 18
Calgary's Eighth Avenue Mall, emblematic of an Alberta in which the population keeps growing as the number of civil servants per capita falls. Image: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | While you can't necessarily trust anything the Fraser Institute or the MacKinnon panel say, you can trust Statistics Canada.
Blog September 18
Image: Gary Knight/Flickr
David Suzuki | We must do everything in our power to ensure that future generations have a livable future, with clean air, drinkable water, healthy food, biodiverse life and a stable climate.
Columnists September 17
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with federal party leaders November 28, 2018. Image: Adam Scotti/PMO
Duncan Cameron | If early electoral opinion data holds, the Liberals should win the largest number of seats on October 21. With five parties contesting the election, the potential for a minority government is high.
News September 17
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Olivia Robinson | Amid an opioid crisis that claimed 4,460 lives last year in Canada, some libraries are arming themselves with naloxone in an effort to save their patrons' lives.
Blog September 17
Jagmeet Singh at the second National Bike Summit. Image: Yvonne Bambrick/Wikimedia Commons
Linda Leon | "Power to Change: A New Deal for Climate Action" is a dense 6,042-word document divided into eight parts. How does it stack up?