Trump has recklessly failed in his response to the pandemic. It is up to all of us, together, to flatten the curve and limit the damage he's inflicting.
Governments around the world are busily exploiting the coronavirus crisis to push for no-strings-attached corporate bailouts and regulatory rollbacks.
Pundits and Democratic party elites are demanding Bernie Sanders drop out of the Democratic primary nomination contest, and calling for an abrupt cancellation of the remaining primaries and debates.
Catastrophic storms and other disasters are not anomalies but signs that systems of environmental exploitation, corporate greed, and laissez-faire government are working exactly as they should be.
The planet is drowning in denial. Climate change is real, and needs to be addressed.
The Leap Manifesto is a very important initiative. Radical environmentalists have an important role to play in building on that vision.
David J. Climenhaga
Biggest news in Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall's recent speechifying in Calgary was that the oil industry faces an "existential threat." No mention of this yesterday in Toronto.
Agroecology appears to be a better way to feed humanity than doubling down on industrial agricultural, from many angles.
All the hyperbole to the contrary, the NDP did not adopt the Leap Manifesto in Edmonton. Not even close.
As a retired Unifor member and someone who first worked on an Alberta NDP election campaign in 1971, I am embarrassed by what Dias and Notley are quoted as saying.