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Ole Hendrickson | Longstanding drainage practices have resulted in the majority of southern Ontario's wetlands being drained. What are the risks and benefits? Consider the tale of the Carp and the Snake Rivers.
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Ole Hendrickson | History suggests that trade globalization can have major negative aspects. It's a lesson Canada should keep in mind when weighing the risks and benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
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Marc Lee | Stephen Harper's emissions claims are very much a case of taking credit where it is not due, from a prime minister who is only pretending to care about the issue amid the spotlight of the election.
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| A report card grading Canada and Prime Minister Harper on the environment.
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| The Public Service Alliance of Canada had created an information series on the the Conservative governments cuts to public services.
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Emma Lui | At the sixth annual Unist'ot'en Camp, a diversity of people met to discuss how we could lend solidarity to the Unist'ot'en people fighting numerous oil and gas pipelines on their territory.
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Ole Hendrickson | In Canada, the federal government has dismantled water legislation and left water quality protection in the hands of provinces, municipalities and individual homeowners.
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Ailish Morgan | On February 13, members of Aamjiwnaang First Nation and allies gathered outside the Sarnia Courthouse to support an initial hearing against Shell Canada.
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Tori Ball | On December 10, Colchester County approved Atlantic Industrial Services' (AIS) application to dispose of 28 million litres of fracking wastewater into the Debert Sewage Treatment plant.
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Emma Lui | Communities are celebrating three victories against fracking this week. Quebec, New York and New Brunswick all rejected fracking after years of opposition from communities.
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Brent Patterson | Between 1994 and 2012, 80 complaints have been filed with the Commission on Environmental Co-operation. Eighty-five per cent of those submissions have been dismissed or terminated.
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Leila Darwish | The Site C hydroelectric dam is not clean, not green, not economical, and not in the public interest. This project must be opposed if we are to protect water and land, and respect Indigenous rights.