The N.B. premier visited Alberta for four days to promote the controversial pipeline project and has even gone as far as suggesting two export pipelines -- one for oil, one for gas -- should be built.
Canadian oil and gas companies could be liable for billions of dollars of damages for their contribution to climate change, according a study by the CCPA.
Despite fracking protests, the Harper government has publicly taken a hands-off approach and continues to point to the provinces and territories as the key decision makers for fracking projects.
The Green Energy Coalition have saved Ontario-rate payers billions on their gas and electricity bills over the years. Here's a thank you to them.
Is the battle over the tar sands the most urgent battle of the environmental movement? Well, yes! Here's why.
Across Canada rural municipalities are dealing with issues of land use and resource extraction. What power do citizens actually have over Big Business when they want to protect the environment?
The Harper government's inaction on climate change is a big, big problem. Join the People's Climate March this Sunday September 21.
B.C. needs to learn from the Exxon Valdez spill and put solid legal protection and regulations in place prior to spills, especially with the pending Kinder Morgan pipeline approval.
Over the years I've been watching the argument evolve with increasing disbelief. It's this: Alberta is rich because it "develops its natural resources" and we're poor because we don't.
If oil spills in Canada who will protect the wildlife? Certainly not the government! The recent Mount Polley Mine breach illustrates that when utilizing natural resources, wildlife is just in the way.