Rick Salutin
Dec 11 2009 | What does Climategate prove -- those e-mails hacked from the Climatic Research Unit at a British university that show a will to manipulate data to confirm the case for warming?
Amy Goodman
Dec 9 2009 | Official delegations from 192 countries and hundreds of NGOs are engaging in two weeks of meetings aiming for a global agreement to stave off catastrophic global climate change.
Duncan Cameron
Dec 8 2009 | A new report from the Centre for the Study of Living Standards reveals how poorly Canadians have been faring compared to citizens of other industrial nations.
Ashifa Kassam
Dec 7 2009 | Two decades have come and gone since Canadian politicians voted unanimously to eliminate child poverty. Despite their pledge, one in ten Canadian children still lives under the poverty line.
Rick Salutin
Dec 4 2009 | It seems to me this government has a meanness problem. Or, as they say in politics, a perception of meanness problem.
Naomi Klein
Dec 4 2009 | Among the smartest and most promising proposals in advance of Copenhagen is "climate debt," the idea that rich countries should pay reparations to poor countries for the climate crisis.
Murray Dobbin
Dec 3 2009 | If neither the Liberals nor the NDP find the courage to present a vision to the country and redefine the political discourse, it is virtually certain that Stephen Harper will stay prime minister.
Steve Anderson
Dec 2 2009 | Big telecom companies like Telus like to scare policy makers by suggesting any open Internet requirements for Internet Service Providers will lead to "unintended consequences."
Amy Goodman
Dec 2 2009 | Going to Canada? You may be detained at the border and interrogated. I was, last week. What followed was a flagrant violation of freedom of the press and freedom of speech.
Linda McQuaig
Dec 1 2009 | The disregarding of Richard Colvin's warnings is part of a larger problem -- the adoption of a Bush-like War on Terror mentality in the top ranks of our military and government.
Duncan Cameron
Dec 1 2009 | When the Toronto trio went off to Harvard to talk Michael Ignatieff into returning to Canada to enter politics, they were looking for a Pierre Trudeau. Instead they found a Robert Stanfield.
Ralph Surette
Nov 30 2009 | A 60-megawatt forest-burning power plant at the NewPage pulp mill at Port Hawkesbury, recently given the go-ahead by Premier Darrell Dexter, has raised the ire of environmentalists.
Rick Salutin
Nov 27 2009 | This week's Afghan detainee hearings in Ottawa have been a lesson in how useful some actual information can be.
Duncan Cameron
Nov 24 2009 | The search for a president of Europe was both a success and a failure: the quality of the candidate approved, was overshadowed by the unsatisfactory method chosen to fill the position.
Ralph Surette
Nov 23 2009 | It's a perilous road ahead with regard to Nova Scotia's financial and economic condition, but at least we're on it. That's progress.