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Hard life lessons fuel Elsipogtog man's passion to...
The Big Swim Book Tour by Bus
Proposed law aims to ‘kill’ trophy hunting in BC: Green...
Your numerology cycles March 1 – 15
Guide to Metro Vancouver's transportation and transit...
Feds to reopen herring fishery despite objections by First...
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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
Bill C-51 could be the biggest bait and switch Canada has ever seen: opinion
Bill C-51 may end up being the biggest bait and switch in the history of Canada.
Feb 18th, 2015
NAFTA votes against investigating oil sands tailings ponds
NAFTA's environmental watchdog voted unanimously not to investigate oil sands tailings ponds pollution, despite recommendations from staff to launch a probe. It's the third time a NAFTA probe...
Jan 28th, 2015
Canada's campaign to block NAFTA's oil sands tailings pond probe slammed by critics
Canada and international environmental regulators collide over alleged oil sands tailings pond seepage into Athabasca River.
Jan 12th, 2015
Open letter to President Obama: please veto the Keystone XL pipeline -- for future generations
There is no reason to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to go through, and there are many reasons to not. Vetoing it will be a gesture of support for future generations
Jan 11th, 2015
President Obama the last hurdle stopping Keystone XL
All eyes are on U.S. President Barack Obama, now that the Republican-dominatedHouse of Representatives voted 266-153 to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. And in a split...
Jan 9th, 2015
Tar sands make international headlines again, for all the wrong reasons: op-ed
Canada has made international headlines again—and again for all the wrong reasons. It's a pattern that's becoming disconcertingly familiar. A study published on January 8 in the prestigious...
Jan 9th, 2015
Canadian government takes legal action against Alberta First Nation famous for battling oil sands
Athabasca Chipewyan among six First Nations being taken to court for defying a government order to publish audited financial statements online.
Dec 9th, 2014
Canada's new national anthem debuts in San Francisco [VIDEO]
Le Droit’s Guy Badeaux, The Montreal Gazette’s Terry Mosher, and former Province cartoonist Dan Murphy at Satire Fest, where Canada's new anthem received critical acclaim.
Oct 17th, 2014
Leonardo DiCaprio rallies with Canadian Indigenous leaders at People's Climate March in New York
Hollywood star Leonardo DiCaprio was marching with Canada's Indigenous leaders against the tar sands at the Peoples' Climate March in New York.
Linda Solomon Wood
Sep 21st, 2014
Europeans protest first major Canadian tar sands shipment in Spain
Dozens of masked protesters held signs to criticize shipment of Canadian bitumen to Europe.
Jun 5th, 2014