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Blair Redlin | A Michael Ignatieff government might well be worse than Harper's. It's time to start calling out Ignatieff.
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Emily Hunter | Day three of my journey to the tar sands I devoted to talking with eco-activists in Edmonton. Environmentalists who believe change can happen and happen for the better with the oil problem in Alberta.
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Emily Hunter | Today I hit Calgary in my journey to the tar sands, the oil headquarters of Alberta. All the oil giants rest in this part of Albertan land -- Esso, Shell, Petro Canada.
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Emily Hunter | Three days after leaving Toronto, traveling eco-friendly by train, I've arrived in Alberta. The province many are calling a "petrostate."
Podcast
Dan Kellar, Alex Hundert | [email protected] took the opportunity to see the band some call the "Best Band in the History of the World, Ever (BBITHOTWE)" - Propagandhi. We sit down with Chris Hanna and hang out With RAN and Chrissy Swain.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | As an energy strategy, emphasizing energy exports raises a number of serious social and environmental concerns, as Alberta's tar sands 'gold rush' has shown.
Podcast
Lorraine Chisholm | 19 environmentalists cycled 1300km from Waterton Park to the tar sands. Jodi Martinson made a low-budget film about their trip from the back of her bicycle.
Columnists
Alice Klein | As U.S. climate initiatives rev into real action, it shamefully ain't our love that we Canucks are sending stateside. Canada's offering is all about trade threats and obstruction.
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rabbleTV | <p><span>The Lubicon Cree of northern Alberta tell the story of their long struggle to defend their culture and way of life. </span></p>
Podcast
Kelly Reinhardt and Bridget Haworth, podcasters | Author and journalist, Andrew Nikiforuk visits Craik and shares his knowledge about the environmental and economic effects of tar sands production in western Canada.
News
Fred Wilson | With the swallowing of Petro-Canada by Suncor, "Canada's oil company" and the national energy policy that created it may disappear into history.
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James Laxer | The conundrum of Canadians and Australians is that of prosperous peoples with plenty of capital of their own in a world that is entering a new age.