Sep 26th, 2011
Protesters of the Keystone XL pipeline carrying oil from Alberta to Texas held signs and rallied in front of the Parliament buildings in Ottawa.
Sep 26th, 2011
Arrests are being made in Toronto right now of people protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. Maude Barlow, head of the Council of Canadians, and David Cole, president of the Paperworkers Union of...
Sep 9th, 2011
Chinese companies have been accelerating their efforts to acquire Canadian energy resources. The fourth-largest Chinese state-owned oil company, Sinochem, is looking to buy oil and gas assets,...
Jun 23rd, 2011
Readers of our recent “Big Grab” series on the oil sands might have noticed an interesting pair of statistics concerning jobs in Canada...
May 6th, 2011
Chemicals toxic to fish and suspected of causing cancer in humans up by 40 per cent in river sediment in past decade, scientist says.
Apr 27th, 2011
While most Canadians get serious about cutting climate pollution, our dirtiest province is cranking up pollution so fast that they're wiping out our gains.
Apr 26th, 2011
The Harper government has pledged to cut climate pollution. But its plan only covers 13 per cent of the required cuts -- and oil sands pollution will more than wipe out even that gain.
Apr 25th, 2011
Canada has fallen steadily behind the U.S. and other countries in maximizing wealth per tonne of climate pollution. That's putting our future prosperity -- and costs -- on the line.
Apr 24th, 2011
Alberta's oil sands are a huge project. But are they a big part of the Canadian economy? And are they too big to have to play by the same rules as everyone else?
Apr 23rd, 2011
Oil sands boosters say the industry is getting cleaner. But the data says it's not: CO2 is rising per barrel and overall, the future looks even worse.