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David J. Climenhaga | Decarbonization? No problem! Wait! That was then. This is now.
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Neal Hancock
David J. Climenhaga | It turns out the Wildrose celebrity has resigned from his rig job. Plus: Conservative politicians predictably applaud Trump's victory.
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Brent Patterson | The PM's popularity may be based on the perception that his government is truly progressive and implementing a different agenda than Harper. The evidence is suggesting that's not totally true.
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Mark Carney
David J. Climenhaga | Both sides have a point…but we should be able to figure out which point is right!
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David Hughes
David J. Climenhaga | Why do Canadian politicians fight so hard for pipelines that aren't going to do much to raise the price fetched by our oil? In Alberta, to do otherwise would be political suicide.
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Thomas Mulcair
David J. Climenhaga | When a political leader says he'll hang in there if he gets the endorsement of 70 per cent of a convention's delegates, that's usually an indication he expects to get about 70 per cent!
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Last week's budget directly mentions green infrastructure spending and the need to address climate change. But is it enough? And how exactly will the money be spent? These are key questions.
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various | The joint statement calls on the Trudeau government to uphold promises to restructure the National Energy Board and subject Line 9 to a "robust, transparent, and democratic review process."
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Alyse Kotyk | With climate talks well underway at COP21, where do the provinces stand on climate change and what are their strategies moving ahead?
Book Review
Meenal Shrivastava, Lorna Stefanick | Question: Does Alberta's and Canada's reliance on Big Oil affect our democracy? Answer: Um, yes.
Activist Toolkit
| A report card grading Canada and Prime Minister Harper on the environment.
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Ole Hendrickson | With the economy, health and the environment so closely intertwined, Canadians want to know where the major parties stand on the environment. Ole Hendrickson looks at how party platforms stack up.