A massive people's climate movement against extracting some of the dirtiest oil on the planet has prevailed, at least for now. Can it stop Keystone XL?
David J. Climenhaga
Yesterday, Alberta Premier Jim Prentice announced his intention to perform an actual, literal miracle -- to create 230 new schools in five years.
Do so-called 'Great Nations' really need organizing principles as Hillary Clinton argues? Rick Salutin thinks a much more down-to-earth mantra is far less destructive.
As shut-offs enter their third month, the Windsor chapter of the Council of Canadians will send a convoy of 1,000 litres of water to Detroit with a message for President Obama.
In a scant 30 years, the value of a Bachelor's degree has plummeted, while its cost has soared. University students are graduating into "Generation Broke."
Harper has repeatedly pointed to the need for U.S. action for Canada to take steps to address climate change. Now that Obama has announced a major policy shift will Canada finally join in?
The White House and numerous U.S. science agencies have released a detailed report outlining how global warming is affecting the country and what needs to be done. Canada remains silent.
There is a nationwide call asking President Obama to halt the mass arrests and deportation of undocumented immigrants. This video portrays the voices and commitment of people marching for justice.
The latest Freedom House report suggests that 80 per cent of Russians believe that political and economic strength are more important than a "good democracy." Is this the new Russian power bloc?
What's the best that can be said of 20th century politics? It was a learning experience. There must be something better out there.