David Suzuki argues that Canada's environment merits the same constitutional protections other nations have enacted - which will improve human health and strengthen our economy.
An ex-Harper government appointee used a keynote speech at a Washington event to the government's Kesystone XL pipeline policy, calling it an environmental "rogue state".
The Harper government is spending $40 million this year to advertise Canada's natural resource sector — principally oil and gas — at home and abroad.
Environmental activist Emma Gilchrist describes discovering the Harper Government spying on her former employer, the Dogwood Initiative, among a number of other critics of Enbridge.
The House approved a bill Wednesday aimed at facilitating controversial fracking.
The federal government has been vigorously spying on Enbridge critics across Canada since last December, documents obtained under the Access to Information Act show.
With a new global climate talks this week in Poland, Stephen Harper has a chance to redeem himself for years of failed leadership - as a new poll shows the issue is of real importance to Canadians.
IntegrityBC says Agriculture Minister Pat Pimm should resign for meddling in a Land Commission hearing.
Quebec-based contributor Will Dubitsky explains the complex social, cultural and political undercurrents of the debate over PQ Premier Pauline Marois' controversial Charte des Valeurs.
To Justin Trudeau, it's not that the Keystone XL pipeline is a bad idea, it's that Canadian PM Stephen Harper can't sell it.