While the rest of the world is pondering the implications of a rapidly changing climate and how to mitigate it, Canadian authorities are refusing to even listen.
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Rex Murphy, a commentator on The National and host of CBC Radio's Cross Country Checkup, has been accepting money from the oil industry in the form of speaking fees.
About 30% of our food depends on bees and other pollinating insects. Not acting now, in 2014, threatens to put the bees (and many beekeepers) out of business.
Millions and millions of bees and other life-sustaining insect pollinators are being killed-off by neonicotinoid pesticides. Send a quick message today.
I don’t accept this new culture of defeat; of cut-and-run politics.Climate change is the most pressing issue facing humanity. It’s time to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
This deal touches on virtually all aspects of economic life, including many that are only loosely related to trade.
It was the mainstream media that chose to ignore a long-standing First Nation action undertaken to enforce its constitutional rights and react with tabloid sensationalism.
A diverse and growing coalition of groups in Toronto is taking on the Line 9 project. The coalition is doing everything they can and pulling out all the stops to get the word out there about Line 9.
In Alberta, tailings ponds would be breached and the toxic waters would overflow the Athabasca River and carry the pollutants up into the north to exit into the Arctic Ocean.
I want to ask you to join Sierra Club Canada in taking the next step to convince government to ban bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides.