As Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrives in China, B.C.'s Yinka Dene Alliance attempts to sway Chinese opinion with an open letter condemning Canadian oil sands projects.
Sun News' bullying interview with Margie Gillis deemed "acceptable"
Some NDP leadership candidates say they're serious about winning, yet show no interest in any sort of alliance with the Liberal and Greens to oust Stephen Harper.
PETA protesters take issue with Harper’s support for the slaughter of baby seals, claiming it costs taxpayers millions to promote the dying industry.
Critics say they’re “dismayed” by Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s anti-democratic and “McCarthy-esque” tactics, regarding regulatory hearings for the Northern Gateway oil sands pipeline.
Harper will meet with First Nations representatives to discuss economic development, education, accountability in Ottawa.
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The evil foreign radicals opposing oil will use tactics such as "speaking" and "sign-making" to destroy Canada, according to a new parody video by comedian Rick Mercer.
People rallying against the proposed oil pipeline through Northern B.C. aren't foreign environmentalists -- they are average thinking Canadians, says a Northern B.C. resident.
It's a sour day for big oil. The Obama administration is set to reject the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, according to news reports. Washington Post reporter Juliet Eilperin reported Obama's...