Green politics and "environmentalism" have been contorted into serving big industrial interests, says Kevin Logan, who offers democratic reforms to solve the problem.
While the fast ferries scandal sank the NDP, the BC Liberals boast a much bigger list of fiscal fiascos...Why would the projected $8 Billion Site C Dam be any different?
Kinder Morgan has failed to answer many questions about its proposed Trans Mountain pipeline, charge a chorus of critics that includes the BC governmentt and city of Vancouver.
Knowing the political and legal mountains Enbridge faces, is Stephen Harper looking to save face by letting the BC government reject Northern Gateway?
In choosing to appeal the Tsilhqot'in First Nation's BC Supreme Court victory, the BC Liberal government shot itself in the foot, big time.
Despite the clear benefits of investing in the green economy, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard is doubling down on resource development, reviving Plan nord and rolling back fracking restrictions.
A growing chorus of economists says Tim Hudak vastly inflated the number of jobs his signature Million Jobs Plan would create, based on an arithmetic error with his own data.
Senate supporters of the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline conceded Thursday they lack the 60 votes for a bill that would push the project forward.
Barack Obama's waffling on the Keystone XL Pipeline has clashed with Stephen Harper's rigid insistence on the project, souring the Canada-US 'special relationship'.
Rather than calling to expand open net pen salmon farms, Senator Nancy Greene Raine should look to healthier alternatives, like a new on-land, closed-containment operation, says DC Reid.