When the Gulf of Mexico oil rig blew, there was probably not a fisherman or fish plant operator in western Nova Scotia who didn't have the same cold flash.
the oil industry
Since oil was discovered in Nigeria, life expectancy has dropped by 20 years, mangroves have disappeared and fish have been poisoned. Meanwhile the wealth generated by the resource leaves the country.
Canadians headed confidently into the new millennium, but they are limping out of its first decade uncertain about the future and what their country stands for.
A rare glimpse of the role of corporate funding in shaping Fraser Institute programs was obtained as a result of the 1998 Agreement between 46 U.S. state attorneys general and the tobacco companies.
Why is Afghanistan so important? A glance at a map and a little knowledge of the region suggest that the real reasons for Western military involvement may be largely hidden.
Oil giants Shell and Chevron are in the spotlight this week, with shareholder meetings and a historic trial being held.
The tar and Canada's line in the sands have exploded this week in an uncanny combination of hugely high-profile political and economic events on both sides of the border.
Ensuring America's access to oil is not only a vital goal, but one backed up by the full force of the U.S. military.
Jan 8, 2009
George Ignatieff Theatre
15 Devonshire PlaceToronto , ON
Canada43° 39' 53.7516" N, 79° 23' 49.686" W
The UTSU Sustainability Commission, ASSU, and UTERN are proud to announce a screening of the film To The Tar Sands.