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Emma Lui | The Great Lakes Commission released its draft report on the transport of crude oil in the Great Lakes region, which provides an overview of the increase of crude oil transportation in the area.
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Brent Patterson | It would appear that TransCanada is not really "standing down" but rather that their work permit expired forcing them to stop their survey work for the port until the spring.
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Brent Patterson | The Council of Canadians is pleased that Bill 6 -- which places a legal moratorium on high-volume hydraulic fracturing -- has passed in Nova Scotia.
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Angela Giles | This past Friday marked the one-year anniversary of the RCMP raid on the 134 encampment in Rexton, N.B., close to the Elsipogtog First Nation.
Columnists
Stephen Leahy | The world's last remaining forest wilderness is rapidly being lost -- and much of this is taking place in Canada, not in Brazil or Indonesia where deforestation has so far made the headlines.
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Iglika Ivanova | In the wake of the Mount Polley Mine spill, it's time to reconsider the dangers of deregulation more broadly and rebuild government's capacity to effectively protect the public interest.
Columnists
Stephen Leahy | Last week, the U.S. announced a plan to cut carbon emissions from power plants 25 per cent from 2005 levels by 2020. It's an important step, but what does it mean for the fight against climate change?
Columnists
Pro Bono, Laura Bowman | This case is good news for species at risk. It means that it will be difficult for the federal government to continue to ignore its obligations for the 167 species it has failed to protect.
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Larry Haiven | A rejoinder to the negative discourse about Nova Scotia from pundits in certain sectors of the province.
News
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Jimmy Thomson | The changes to the Fisheries Act explicitly removed fish habitat from protection. So now, Canada can celebrate its newest holiday Throw Some Shit in a River Day!
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Jason Mogus | Defend Our Climate actions took place across Canada on November 17 and were a huge success in raising awareness about pipelines and bringing Canadians together to say no to pipelines.
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Redeye Collective | The cleanup following Enbridge's oil spill in Kalamazoo is not complete but remarkable progress has been made. By contrast, nothing has been done to clean up a similar spill in Northern Alberta.