Elizabeth May

Mitt Romney's energy independence plan a "nightmare" for Canada: Elizabeth May

May weighs in on how bad things could be for Canada if Romney were elected.

Harper shameless: Elizabeth May

PM Stephen Harper says decision on Northern Gateway will be based on science, not politics, but Green Party MP Elizabeth May calls such rhetoric shameless pretending given Budget Bill C-38 impacts.

What Canadian parties can learn from the Conservative Party's fundraising success

The Conservative Party of Canada's record-breaking year for fundraising is due to their aggressive and strategic targeting of key ridings since 2004, according to a former top adviser to Prime...

Writing about science a bureaucratic nightmare due to Harper media relations policies, journalist says

Renowned senior science journalist describes difficulty in communicating with federal scientists due to Harper media relations policy.

Everything you need to know about budget Bill C-38

As a Canadian, U.S. federal law enforcement agents will be able to arrest you on Canadian soil, and other important facts about the Harper government's budget bill C-38.

Opposition and environmental groups express outrage as Bill C-38 goes to Senate

Members of the Canadian federal government's opposition parties and environmental groups across Canada reacted with renewed vigor against the Harper government's proposed omnibus budget Bill C-38 on...

Are Canada’s environmental elders backing down from the fight?

Recent blogs from environmental leaders like David Suzuki cast an ominous shadow on the decades-old green movement. Will the new generation overcome?

Government pipeline rhetoric reminiscent of Cold War, McCarthyism: prof

Federal accusations that Enbridge opponents are "foreign" influenced "radicals" are frighteningly familiar to a Cold War historian.

Conservatives defend calling Northern Gateway pipeline activists 'foreign radicals'

Environmentalists are calling federal government accusations against anti-pipeline activists 'appalling' and a 'hyperbolic rant' - leading to some back-pedalling today.

Canada and the environment: key events from 2011

From Greens in Parliament to tar sands opposition and the Kyoto Protocol, here's a summary of some of the year's most important environmental issues and events.