Wet'suwet'en Chief Darlene Glaim: "We have always held title to our land and have not negotiated it away...Our lands keep us spiritually, physically and emotionally healthy."
Smithers mayor explains why, despite job promises, the community remains opposed to the Northern Gateway oil pipeline.
The carbon belongs to Canada, VO climate change blogger Barry Saxifrage wrote me in an email this morning. He said he noticed that David Suzuki quoted a stat from an article saying that 40 per...
China’s on an oil buying binge. And Canada is where China likes to shop. Since 2002 China, through four state owned oil companies, has spent over $65 billion dollars to purchase oil and...
A federal minister called critics of the Northern Gateway pipeline foreign-controlled radicals intent on destroying Canada's economy. Did Syria's al-Assad crib his speaking notes?
TransCanada Corp. (TSX:TRP) has stepped up its publicity campaign for the politically charged Keystone XL pipeline, releasing a detailed breakdown of where the $7-billion project would create 20,000...
Environmentalists are calling federal government accusations against anti-pipeline activists 'appalling' and a 'hyperbolic rant' - leading to some back-pedalling today.
With hearings starting tomorrow, the Conservative government has accused opponents of the Northern Gateway pipeline of being foreign-funded radicals. But a new poll suggests otherwise.
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.
A new report from the Pembina Institute calls for a shift in Alberta’s greenhouse gas policies, and the province says they’re open to suggestions.