Why British Columbians should care about the Alberta elections, Danielle Smith and the Wildrose Party.
Thomas Mulcair is the NDP’s only shot at defeating Harper, and his aggressive "pit bull" attitude may just be what’s needed to stand up to bullies in Ottawa.
Poets gathered outside Enbridge’s offices Friday evening, for the launch of a book compiling poetic responses to the company’s controversial oil sands pipeline.
The Fisheries Act should be strengthened, not weakened, say Canadian scientists in an open letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper after leaked documents to "neuter" the law.
Ontario campaigners add their voices to pipeline opposition, as B.C. Northern Gateway critics make their case in the nation’s capital this week.
Part two of our series outlining key events and current issues in Canadian politics. Here’s how our environmental policy is shaping the political narrative, both at home and abroad.
A panel of pipeline opponents address key oilsands-related concerns between screenings of David Lavallee's feature documentary, "White Water, Black Gold".
Economist Robyn Allan addresses recent remarks from Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty and Alberta Premier Alison Redford, highlighting conflicting viewpoints on oil and the Canadian economy.
In Massett, on the north end of Haida Gwaii, everyone depends on a clean ocean in one way or another. This makes supertankers to service the Enbridge pipeline unacceptable to residents.