Respected economist Robyn Allan, former CEO of the Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC), has said the country’s move towards an oil-based economy will have severe effects on sectors like manufacturing—...
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Why Leo Baskatawang decided to go for a walk from Vancouver to Ottawa, a copy of the Indian Act chained to his body.
Environmental students and law professors unite to say no to changes to environmental laws proposed by Bill C-38.
When it comes to doing something about the climate crisis, Canada has developed an unstable split personality while Stephen Harper dithers.
With election irregularities alleged in two-thirds of the country's ridings, attention returns to Prime Minister Harper's long-standing opposition to election finance rules.
Recent blogs from environmental leaders like David Suzuki cast an ominous shadow on the decades-old green movement. Will the new generation overcome?
Imagine Canada hits back at Environment Minister Peter Kent, asserting that there is nothing illegal about receiving funds from foreign donors.
A US firm with strong Republican ties played down questions after its staff campaigned directly in the 2011 elections. But four of its clients didn't report the expense, and three still remain secret.
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.