Canada has led the way to scuttle the UN climate talks here in Warsaw, taking with it nearly all hope of keeping global warming to less than 2C, say members of various organizations.
We continue to discuss defence without first posing some essential questions: will we be at war? With whom? And what are the real security threats to Canada?
Mike Duffy committed several ethical lapses during the 2008 federal election, alleges Elizabeth May. Stephen Harper has some serious explaining to do.
Two back-to-back House rulings have confirmed the absolute right of free speech and of the right of all MPs to have fiscal information essential to the role of the Parliament as a whole to govern.
James Hansen at the Forward on Climate Rally, Washington, D.C. (Photo: 350.org)
Unless and until Canadians demand a more of their politicians we will continue to be mired in insanity, doing the same thing over and over while despondently awaiting a different outcome.
I am happy to have a chance to answer the question posed by Gerry Nicholls' March 29 opinion piece, Why Doesn't Elizabeth May Just Join the Liberals?
In his Saturday National Post column, Rex Murphy claimed that Canada's Green party has no goal other than to get me elected as an MP.
Questions remain as to why it's taken so long for the government to fulfill the promise it made during Mr. Khadr's 2010 plea bargain.
The Green Party's three-day long convention in Sidney, B.C. has just wrapped up. Here is an account of the proceedings from one of the nearly 300 delegates who attended.