Aerial photo of the 2013 Lac-Megantic rail disaster. Image: Transportation Safety Board/Flickr
Liette Gilbert, Anna Zalik | Inconsistencies in reported data present a major obstacle to proper monitoring and auditing, even though the available information provides superficial comfort to some.
Eastern arm of Burrard Inlet from Burnaby Mountain. Image: Vranak/Wikimedia
Scott Neigh | Will George, a member of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation, talks about his involvement in grassroots opposition to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project.
Trans Mountain pipeline construction continues despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Image: Kanahus Manuel/Twitter
Brent Patterson | The World Health Organization says that climate change increases the risk of contagious diseases, yet this pandemic is seeing increased state subsidies for oil and gas.
Image: Used with the permission of the Museum of Vancouver.
Scott Neigh | Sharon Fortney talks about the complicated history of museums and about the Acts of Resistance exhibit, which showcases art from an Indigenous action against the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Jagmeet Singh at climate strike in Victoria, B.C., Sept. 29, 2019.Image: Jagmeet Singh/Facebook
Robert Hackett | With one single pro-climate act, Singh could show a firm commitment to a fundamental plank in the NDP's platform -- to end subsidies to fossil fuels.
Image: Used with the permission of Raven Trust and Pull Together
Scott Neigh | Maia Wikler talks about the Pull Together campaign, which is raising money to support First Nations' legal challenges to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project.
Robin Tress, Dylan Penner | The Federal Court of Appeal will soon hear six legal challenges to the approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline project. But Indigenous communities have not given clear consent for the pipeline.
Rita Wong. Image: PBI-Canada/Facebook
Brent Patterson | Before she was arrested, Rita Wong encouraged "more people to make the connections between violence against the land and violence against missing and murdered Indigenous women."
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces a federal pollution pricing system. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
Linda McQuaig | Justin Trudeau's climate package gives us a false sense that we can dramatically increase output from Alberta's tar sands without seriously imperiling the world, and ourselves.
Photo by Koozma J. Tarasoff
Brent Patterson | Disruptive actions are needed to stop the Trans Mountain pipeline which represents a continuation of colonial violence and an acceleration of climate breakdown.
Prime Minister Trudeau speaks with journalists during a press conference at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa. Photo: Adam Scotti/PMO
David J. Climenhaga | The PM's comments in 2016 about why he approved the TMX suggest Liberal talk's as cheap as gasoline in Edmonton after Premier Jason Kenney tore up the NDP's carbon levy.
Gordon Laxer | In the midst of a climate emergency, the new Trans Mountain pipeline that Canadian taxpayers bought is not only environmentally dangerous but financially risky as well.