Canadian, Quebec and U.S. groups have launched a public petition to urge oil and gas company Lone Pine Resources to drop a $250-million NAFTA lawsuit against Quebec’s moratorium on fracking.
Fact-finding mission will enable the international community to bear witness to the struggle of the Salvadoran people to defend their rights to water, health and sustainable development.
Right now, a community in Ontario's heartland is at the centre of a David vs. Goliath legal fight to protect their water. And they need your help.
The Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak and the Council of Canadians' Blue Planet Project are in Geneva to meet with UN delegations to draw international attention violations of the human right to water.
There are many reasons to oppose the Canada-EU trade deal, but the idea that Harper would use the deal to basically sign a blank cheque over to Big Pharma is one of the more disturbing.
The outcome of this case should be a landmark decision as to whether the federal government has been acting illegally by permitting the use of lakes as dump sites for metal mining companies in Canada.
The Boreal Forest Network and the Council of Canadians renewed calls to the Ontario government to save the Experimental Lakes Area by asking the Premier to provide funding to the research centre.
People in communities across Canada are coming together under a banner of "Common Causes" on January 28 as MPs head back to the Hill and Parliament resumes.
The reviews rely on the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers for information on fracking chemicals, commit to engaging other "industry stakeholders on ongoing Environment Canada initiatives."
It is expected that President Barack Obama will announce his decision about the Keystone XL pipeline as early as this March or April.