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Portland remembers its blue-collar past
New in theaters: Will Smith’s Focus, The Lazarus Effect and...
Kinder Morgan drillers hit by protests in Coquitlam
Christy Clark isn't protecting BC's caribou and...
NDP chooses ex-judge for tight federal race in Burnaby
Avoid 'fossil fuel-ishness', says electric...
Harper government doubles down on weapons manufacturing...
How Harper's disastrous diplomacy crushed Keystone XL
Our world in 2014
10 currents that contoured global society in 2014.
Dec 30th, 2014
Stephen Harper position on global Arms Trade Treaty reads like a page out of NRA handbook
The global Arms Trade Treaty, brokered through the United Nations in a lengthy process, came into effect this Christmas Eve, 2014, 90 days after the 50th nation had ratified it. Canada has refused to...
Dec 27th, 2014
Ebola debacle the latest in a series of crises ignored by developed countries
Talk of Ebola is now ubiquitous. Preparations – or lack thereof – for the coming storm are being discussed in every major news media outlet in North America and around the world. Morally marginal...
Oct 20th, 2014
Oil giants Suncor, Syncrude and Cenovus helping Alberta design school curriculum
The Alberta Government is developing a partner strategy with major oilsands producers to develop curriculum for elementary and secondary students.
Mar 12th, 2014
Rob Ford and Jimmy Kimmel: Appalling and odd
Oh no, not again—Rob Ford continues to crave ever more publicity, and this time it was on Jimmy Kimmel Live. And last night Ford shared this less-than-prestigious distinction with none other than...
Mar 4th, 2014
Environment Canada defensive about 'muzzling' scientists, letter shows
A formal letter to Environment Canada staff reveals high-level concerns regarding internal perception of the 'muzzling' of scientists.
Dec 12th, 2013
More revelations about Canada’s top-secret spy agency are coming
Canada’s investment in CSEC puts it in the top ranks of an international espionage alliance, but at what cost?
Dec 2nd, 2013
Typhoon Haiyan brings flood of emotion as Filipinos confront class issues and climate change
A flood of emotions inundated Filipino Canadians as they watched relatives’ houses being ravaged by the super typhoon Haiyan last week, which has affected an estimated 11 million...
Nov 18th, 2013
Canada’s fossil fuels a risky investment: Global Carbon Budget
What does the global 'carbon budget' mean for Canada? Senior economist with the CCPA Marc Lee explains a significant portion of Canada's carbon reserves will have to remain in the ground.
Oct 31st, 2013
Power Shift BC puts youth in the driver's seat
How does a dynamic, youth-driven movement achieve successes that have eluded Big Green for decades?
Oct 9th, 2013