For those who say the NDP is just a pro-trade agreement as the Liberals, take a look at how members voted on Don Davies' (NDP trade critic) motion to demand Cabinet not ratify the FIPA: http://www.parl.gc.ca/HouseChamberBusiness/ChamberVoteDetail.aspx?Langua...
Of the over 200 journalists in the Ottawa Parliamentary Press Gallery rabble's Karl Nerenberg was the only one to cover Wednesday's major event on the Hill about Canadian mining in the Pacific.
B.C. needs to learn from the Exxon Valdez spill and put solid legal protection and regulations in place prior to spills, especially with the pending Kinder Morgan pipeline approval.
Thoreau's essay on civil disobedience was one of the first modern articulations of the resistance tactic of nonviolent noncooperation. Now his words are the inspiration for climate action.
Activists in Nova Scotia have won a victory in the fight against hydraulic fracturing in the province. The Liberal government plans to introduce legislation in the fall to ban high-volume fracking.
John Bonnar Audio Blog
At a rally Wednesday, organizations from Canada, El Salvador and around the world confronted Canadian-Australian mining company Oceana Gold, whose subsidiary is suing El Salvador for $301 million.
Is it true that millennials are so disillusioned by party politics that they feel more accomplished doing community work than voting? If so, we need to ask how we can engage millennials in voting.
If we want to protect our health, our children's and grandchildren's health, and the natural systems that keep us alive and healthy, we must act to curtail global warming.
The most intriguing aspect of last week's announcement of Nova Scotia's fracking ban is how quickly the chattering classes lined up to attack the government for being too craven to stand up to voters.
A 15-minute informal update on the current state of the UN climate negotiations by award-winning journalist Stephen Leahy, at the Climate Emergency Countdown public forum.