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"New tar sands pipelines don't make sense."
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Putting in a carbon tax while giving oil companies tax breaks doesn't make sense, climate groups say.
Regulator has lost legitimacy over conflict-of-interest allegations, groups say.
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Industry group says it's just trying to "push buttons."
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How many jobs the pipeline will create is a matter of debate.
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Among cans purchased in Canada, 86 per cent contained BPA.
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Oilsands will run out of pipeline capacity by 2017, analysis says Industry to post $2-billion loss this year Production continues to grow despite global oversupply If there’s one thing that environ...
"I want a clear answer on why they're rushing ahead."
A report released today by the University of Victoria's Environmental Law Centre calls for sweeping reform of Canadian charitable law in line with other jurisdictions such as the U.S., Australia, New Zealand and England. Current rules around "political activity" are confusing and create an "intolerable state of uncertainty," the report says.
According to the poll, conducted by Environics and commissioned by Environmental Defence, 41 per cent of Canadians believe the importance of the oilsands to the economy is six to 24 times higher than it actually is. And a full 57 per cent of Canadians overestimate the value of oilsands to the country's economy.
OTTAWA - An environmental group has ranked Canada's five largest cosmetics companies based on potentially harmful ingredients in their products.The report from Toronto-based Environmental Defence says...
The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) has released an important scientific report on the body burden of environmental chemicals in the adult First Nation population in Canada. The report, First Nations Biomonitoring Initiative, fills a significant gap in existing research. Certain chemical levels were found to be significantly higher in the First Nations populations.
Ah, summer has arrived and we get to experience blossoming flowers, sunny skies, and the hot hot heat, so go on and plan a day (or 10) of uninterrupted family time fun! Play, picnic or just hang out and enjoy the summer sun together and when you enter your "home sweet home," don't let the day end before a good eco-healthy recharge!
OTTAWA - Most of the toxic Bisphenol A contained in products Canadians use every day is either destroyed or winds up in landfills, says a new study for Environment Canada.The finding helps to allay co...