Podcast
Mount Denali
Victoria Fenner | Former war journalist Dahr Jamail switches focus from military conflict to the effects of climate change and discovers harsh truths about our mountains, coral reefs, our oceans and forests.
Columnists
Duncan Cameron | The Trudeau cabinet has judged that Canada-wide backing for increased exports from the Alberta bitumen sands overshadows B.C. opposition to shipping dilbit via pipeline to Metro Vancouver.
Blog
AJ Klein and Emma Lui express their solidarity with Treaty 8 land defenders oppo
Brent Patterson | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has approved a Navigation Protection Act (formerly Navigable Waters Protection Act) permit and Fisheries Act permit for the construction of the Site C dam.
Blog
Photo: Morgan/flickr
Stephen Kimber | Halifax's 2006 Regional Strategy designated an untamed swath of land between the Bayers Lake Industrial Park and Hammonds Plains as a public wilderness park. What happened?
Columnists
June Chua | Koneline focuses on the "golden triangle" of land in northwest B.C. where copper and gold mining companies are busy drilling into prime territory where local people hunt and fish.
Blog
Photo: Mac Armstrong/flickr
Brent Patterson | TransCanada has secured a permit to conduct seismic testing where the Energy East pipeline would cross the St. Lawrence River and is seeking a similar permit for the Ottawa River.
Blog
Photo: Council of Canadians
Ailish Morgan | The Mining Injustice Solidarity Network (MISN) and allies held a vigil at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada's (PDAC) annual conference to declare that "Canadian Mining Kills."
Blog
Image: Council of Canadians blog
Brent Patterson | There is a growing wall of Indigenous opposition to the Energy East pipeline.
Blog
Photo: Sipekne'katik flag waves at the proposed brine storage site, Tori Ball
Tori Ball | Salt cavern gas storage has faced opposition from the local community, Indigenous groups, environmental groups as well as health and safety experts.
Blog
Photo: Council of Canadians blog
Brent Patterson | Vancouver-based Eldorado Gold has suspended work on its controversial Skouries mine after a year of confrontations with the Greek government that included permits being revoked and delayed.
Blog
Photo: Council of Canadians
Brent Patterson | It's clear that fracking causes earthquakes. So why do we have voluntary corporate guidelines in place instead of proper regulations?
Blog
Image from the Make Muskrat Right video.
Brent Patterson | There may be increasing consensus that the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric dam project in Newfoundland and Labrador is a huge mistake.