- Neither Stephen Harper nor his Liberal and NDP opponents seem to know or care about the environmental and health implications of LNG and fracking, says Rafe Mair.
- Stephen Harper has joined BC Premier Christy Clark in caving to foreign LNG companies' demands - giving away the farm by slashing federal taxes. But what does Canada get in return?
- Asian LNG spot market prices have plunged by a single year record of 61.7% since February 2014, calling into question BC's bullish outlook on the industry.
- Europe, the US and China are all jumping on the green economy bandwagon. Yet Canada's leaders remain committed to fossil fuels, as innovation expert Will Dubitsky explains.
- Ontario's proposed restrictions on the use of neonics is good for bees - which is good for us all, says David Suzuki. But the pesticide industry is fighting hard to block the changes.
- Rafe Mair on Christy Clark's surreal Throne Speech and "Fudge-it Budget", promising big dollars from LNG even as the industry vanishes...and the NDP Opposition that refuses to oppose.
Neither Stephen Harper nor his Liberal and NDP opponents seem to know or care about the environmental and health implications of LNG and fracking, says Rafe Mair.
BC Hydro's construction plans for Site C Dam took a blow this week when a federal court judge refused to hurry up a legal challenge brought by local farmers and First Nations against the project.
A pair of new salmon farms proposed for BC's coast by Norwegian aquaculture giant Grieg Seafood met with strong public opposition at a recent open house.
Plunging oil prices bring both benefits and challenges to our economy and environment, says David Suzuki. Which is why we must seize this moment to make important changes for our future.