Opinion

Feature image

Kinder Morgan’s pipeline expansion won't bring "fair share" of revenues to B.C.: open letter

Based on past tax records, Kinder Morgan hasn't been paying very much in taxes to Canada. Economist Robyn Allan asks: why would this change with the Trans Mountain expansion?

Why BC’s future should be a geothermal one

If BC leaders took a trip to Reykjavik in Iceland, they could learn how the city benefits from the largest district heating system in the world.

Let’s cut government fossil fuel subsidies and free up billions for more productive investment

With the US and China developing their own fully integrated natural gas systems, demand for BC gas is plummeting, as are global prices.

Love, not anger, motivates Burnaby Mountain protest against Kinder Morgan

Impromtu group "hum" meditation followed the announcement of Kinder Morgan's injunction against protesters.

Jacobs and Florida and Gehl oh my! Who really influences our local politicians?

Still undecided about who to vote for? Second guessing yourself? Who really influences and inspires those candidates who are running for a seat in Vancouver's City Hall?

What’s in a name? Time to move beyond “British”?

Of course, the indigenous nations that lived here for thousands of years prior to smelly European sailors arriving in boats have played a preeminent role in the province’s history.

Pull Together BC builds momentum uniting Enbridge pipeline opponents

Volunteers from across BC have organized or planned more than 50 community events to raise funds for these First Nations who are going to court to stop Northern Gateway.