James Cameron

No Act Is Too Small In The Fight To End Climate Change

Beverley Golden | Posted 11.18.2016 | Canada Impact
Beverley Golden

If you want change; be the change. Remember the power of one. If you don't do anything, nothing will change. So do something. Our future depends on it. No act is too small. How will you contribute?

What Is the Environmental Impact of Celebrities Visiting the Oilsands?

DeSmog Canada | Posted 09.25.2016 | Canada Alberta
DeSmog Canada

By now, it's an almost entirely predictable routine: a celebrity takes a tour of the Alberta oilsands for a day or two and quickly harnesses apocalyptic rhetoric in press conferences to detail the experience. Chagrined industry spokespeople lash out. News coverage dissipates after a few days. Rinse and repeat.

B.C. Lawsuit Dismissed

CBC | Posted 05.20.2014 | Canada British Columbia

The B.C.-based copyright infringement lawsuit against James Cameron and the creators of the 2009 blockbuster movie Avatar was dismissed in Canada'...

'Avatar' Faces B.C. Lawsuit

CBC | Posted 05.19.2014 | Canada British Columbia

A Vancouver restaurateur is suing director James Cameron for alleged copyright violations, claiming the 2009 blockbuster movie Avatar used material f...


CP | Nick Perry, The Associated Press | Posted 02.14.2014 | Canada Business

WELLINGTON, New Zealand - James Cameron says his vision for his three "Avatar" sequels is to create a family epic in the mould of "The Godfather" that...

In 2012 Our Best Achievements Were Underwater

Stephen Weir | Posted 03.02.2013 | Canada
Stephen Weir

Ignore what Captain James T. Kirk said. In 2012 the final frontier was underwater. Never in the history of the planet has mankind ventured so far under the surface. And, in pushing the underwater boundaries, more individual achievement records were set this year than ever before.

Why It Haunts Us Still

CP | Michael MacDonald, The Canadian Press | Posted 06.13.2012 | Canada

HALIFAX - Its very name remains a powerful metaphor for the folly of human pride a century after its sinking. The Titanic's legacy abounds in more tha...

How Low Can He Go?

Posted 03.26.2012 | Canada

AP -- Hollywood icon James Cameron has completed his journey to Earth's deepest point. The Canadian director of "Titanic," ''Avatar" and other film...