Can Harper-backed Big Oil penetrate Mayor Gregor Robertson’s renowned “Greenest City”?
With nearly 16 per cent of its budget from foreign sources, the influential Fraser Institute claims that $500,000 from the US Koch family only went to its international programs.
In just four years, U.S. Tea Party architects the Koch brothers poured half a million dollars into Canadian right-wing think tank, the Fraser Institute.
Park Board commissioner Niki Sharma says the proposed expansion of Kinder Morgan’s oil sands pipeline—combined with the closing of spill response centres—would set the city up for disaster.
Environmentalists at ForestEthics take on the Harper government with a new, aggressive campaign -- in response to the government's attacks on green charities.
Why British Columbians should care about the Alberta elections, Danielle Smith and the Wildrose Party.
The federal government has supported Canadian education abroad for over 30 years, but now universities across the U.S. are being refused funding from the Department of Foreign Affairs.
The Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline would endanger the Great Bear rainforest, home to wildlife such as the iconic Spirit Bear, said the creator of a new anti-pipeline petition.
Why scrutinize environmental charities and oilsands opponents, when there's no proof of wrongdoing? asks Senator Nancy Ruth.
“They're money-launderers," Ezra Levant said of Tides Canada. Ross McMillan, Tides Canada's director, sets the record straight.