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Brad Wall: a day late and a dollar short on Husky's Prince Albert pipeline spill | Jul 28 2016 | David J. Climenhaga | There is only one approach to building more Canadian pipelines that has any chance of working, and that’s the effort to win social license being made by Rachel Notley's NDP.
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Worried about the oil spill threatening north Saskatchewan's drinking water? It's just one of 18,000 | Jul 27 2016 | Emily Eaton | Since 1990, there have been over 18,000 oil spills in Saskatchewan and over 8,000 in just the last 10 years.
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Latest numbers on Nova Scotia's ferry deal lead to sinking conclusions | Jul 27 2016 | Stephen Kimber | Transportation Minister Geoff MacLellan doesn't want you to jump to conclusions. Unfortunately for him, Portland, Maine requires the Yarmouth-Portland ferry operator to submit a monthly accounting.
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Love in the time of humidex | Jul 27 2016 | Krystalline Kraus | Heat waves do the most harm to our most vulnerable members of society; often the very members' quality of care we should concern ourselves with most.
Indigenous
Jul 21 2016
'Living on the Land: Indigenous Women's Understanding of Place' examines how patriarchy, gender and colonialism have shaped the experiences and knowledge of Indigenous women. Read an excerpt here.
climate change
Jul 14 2016
Inuit Elders from across the Canadian Arctic share their observations on vegetation changes, thawing permafrost, changing wildlife patterns, and other transformations.
media
Jul 7 2016
The news media landscape is changing. Rapidly. As digital media brings much good to the citizens how are the political elites using it to control the message?

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Current rabble poll

Is a carbon tax the best way to reduce emissions and fight climate change?

Carbon tax. It is an "essential element" to fight climate change, Justin Trudeau said yesterday.

Stéphane Dion jokes aside, the question remains: Is a carbon tax the best way to reduce emissions and fight climate change?

The Council of the Federation meeting this week has carbon pricing on the agenda and there have been disagreements about the best way to move forward and if a national carbon tax will be fair and effective.

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