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Bianca Mugyenyi | This weekend 100 people across the country will be participating in the No Fighter Jet Coalition's fast and vigils to oppose Canada's planned purchase of 88 new fighter jets.
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David Suzuki | To prevent pandemics, we must recognize our interconnectedness with nature and protect natural systems that make the planet habitable for humans. Doing so will also help with the climate emergency.
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David Suzuki | Although this decision was about carbon pricing, it signals that the federal government has the authority to enact national climate and clean energy regulations that reduce harmful emissions.
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Philip Resnick | The Supreme Court's decision is telling Canadians that the federal government must take its responsibility to address climate change seriously and provide the necessary leadership for the provinces.
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Maya Bhullar | RAVEN is a Canadian NGO whose mission is to raise legal defence funds for Indigenous peoples to defend their treaty rights and the integrity of their traditional lands and cultures.
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Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. Image credit: Chris Schwarz/Alberta Newsroom/Flickr
David J. Climenhaga | Maybe it's time to bring back a line from those whispery-voiced Albertans for Change "attack ads" from 2008 that made premier Ed Stelmach so mad? Jason Kenney. No plan. No way!
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David J. Climenhaga | Until conservatives actually have a plan to lay on the table and contrast with that of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government, none of their rhetoric means much.
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David Suzuki | Although a major share of transport and energy emissions are carbon dioxide from burning coal, oil and gas, food systems are more complex. CO2 makes up only half of food-related emissions.
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Doreen Nicoll | Young people are uploading videos of themselves drinking tap water. It's a simple action that makes a powerful statement about keeping water in the public common and available to all.
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Federal Opposition Leader Erin O'Toole during his remarks to the Conservative Party of Canada’s virtual policy conference on Friday. Image: Screenshot of CPAC video
David J. Climenhaga | Conservative Party Leader Erin O'Toole invited Quebec separatists, en français, "to come and share power with me in Ottawa." What could possibly go wrong?
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David Suzuki | COVID-19 will long be remembered for upending lives worldwide, but one surprising legacy may be something more revelatory and, hopefully, lasting: a much-needed reconnection to nearby nature.
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Doreen Nicoll | The world's largest food and beverage corporation is seeking a payout by selling its North American bottled water brands in a $4-billion deal.