Podcast
Oil Tanker at Kinder Morgan Pipeline Terminal
Victoria Fenner | Author and economist John Foster takes a broader look beyond the economics of oil and explores the petroleum-related reasons for government actions in Canada and the rest of the world.
Podcast
Eastern arm of Burrard Inlet from Burnaby Mountain
Scott Neigh | Holly Andersen and Rudy Reimer talk about growing resistance among residents of Burnaby Mountain to the Kinder Morgan tar sands pipeline and tank farm expansion.
Blog
Photo of Ghostkeeper band by Blair Russel via Muskegkids/Wikimedia Commons
Doreen Nicoll | Shane Ghostkeeper and Sarah Houle are partners in life, art and music. Their band Ghostkeeper has been invited to play at Nathan Philips Square in Toronto as part of Canada Day.
Blog
Tanker in port (Wilimedia Commons)
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta politicians invested in the tidewater premium tale aren't going to like David Hughes' report one bit. Expect more fireworks.
Blog
Stop the Tar Sands - Ottawa Action
Yves Engler | Found in a wealthy, heavy emitting country, the tar sands are a carbon bomb that needs to be defused.
Podcast
How to resist Trump(ism)
Daryn Caister | We discuss ideas for how to resist the incoming Trump inauguration. Stefan shares some ideas sent in to us by listeners. Daryn also suggests some tempting options that you should absolutely NOT do.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | David Lavallee talks about his new documentary film, "To the Ends of the Earth."
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Lawyers Dyna Tuytel and Barry Robinson of Ecojustice talk about their work on behalf of environmental organizations.
Blog
Image: Wikimedia Commons
Emily Eaton | Since 1990, there have been over 18,000 oil spills in Saskatchewan and over 8,000 in just the last 10 years.
Blog
Tzeporah Berman
David J. Climenhaga | To hear the reaction from the Outrage machine on the Internet, you would have thought environmentalist Tzeporah Berman was, well … an Orc!
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Image: Flickr/Premier of Alberta
Gordon Laxer | Alberta Premier Rachel Notley won't take no for an answer on getting a bitumen pipeline to tidewater, with Energy East having the best chance of success. That's a disastrous bet, argues Gordon Laxer.
News
Photo: flickr/Premier of Alberta
Teuila Fuatai | Workers are returning back to the Fort McMurray area after the devastating wildfire. Ken Smith describes the return and current issues facing his union.