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Ralph Surette | After decades of electricity spectacle in Nova Scotia, the McNeil government's new electricity plan brings renewed hope for the province's energy policy.
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Ole Hendrickson | While the August 6 leaders' debate shed some light on pipeline issues, this represents a remarkably narrow slice of the environmental issues that the next federal government will face.
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Seth Klein | What's that they say about the first casualty of war? You can obviously say the same for Canadian elections.
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James Wilt | Canada's premiers have elected to push tar sands expansion over emissions reductions, making the quest to escape the status of environmental pariah considerably more difficult.
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Marc Lee | Energy and climate have been central to the story of the Harper decade. In the end, history may render Harper's central strategy of making Canada an "energy superpower" a failure.
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Ralph Surette | Nova Scotia's quest for energy efficiency, along with the wisdom of the Liberal government on energy matters, will be on trial before the Utilities and Review Board this coming week.
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David Hughes | Our recent report by David Hughes, A Clear Look at BC LNG, prompted dismissive comments from the B.C. government and the LNG industry. CCPA-BC asked David to respond.
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Marc Lee | A new report considers the ambition of the LNG enterprise as envisioned by the B.C. government, and delivers the first assessment of the cumulative impacts of LNG development.
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Rick Salutin | When she ran, Wynne seemed committed to new tolls or taxes -- to expand public transit. Then she backtracked, and decided to sell off parts of Hydro One instead.
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Steve Cornwell | As the Ontario Liberals try to sell 60 per cent of publicly owned Hydro One, critics say privatization means trouble for workers, the environment, and an already cash-starved province.
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Ole Hendrickson | At the World Uranium Symposium, speakers delved deeply into the links between nuclear power, nuclear weapons, climate change and renewable energy. What does it mean for sustainable energy development?
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Duncan Cameron | A $400-billion agreement between China and Russia last week changed the global geopolitical landscape, signalling a new closeness between two major powers that have been distanced for decades.