During his visit to Malaysia, on his way to the Asia-Pacific summit in Bali, the prime minister unveiled his agenda for Canada's future.
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The capitalists won the B.C. election. Extractive industries make big profits in the province, and have bigger plans for its future.
Australian research organizations recently released a review of the economic assessments of Australian coal projects and found that the proponent-generated reviews greatly overstated the benefits.
I spoke with writer, spoken-word artist, and indigenous academic Leanne Betasamosake Simpson about "extractivism," climate change, and what's next for Idle No More.
If we want to be consequential with those communities at home, the follow-up to the People’s Summit in Rio is not another summit. held somewhere in the "elsewhere."
My recent column suggested that Canada implement a "Buy Canadian" strategy associated with major natural resource developments, with the goal of enhancing Canadian content in the overall value chain.
We need a national strategy to maximize Canadian content in Canadian resource developments. Canada, for example, could impose a "Buy Canadian" requirement on future mining projects.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is basking in the uncritical media reporting of his state visit to China. His "open for business" message has been very well received in Beijing.
Mining company God's Lake Resources is threatening to drill on sacred KI burial grounds.