National Round Table On The Environment And The Economy

Proof Harper Prefers Fake to Real Lakes

The federal government announced it will close the world-renowned Experimental Lakes Area in Southern Ontario in 2013. It's an odd decision, especially considering that it costs just $2-million a year to operate -- one-tenth the cost of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's security detail and about the same amount the government spent during the 2010 G20 Summit in Toronto to build a tourism pavilion with a fake lake.

Harper's 'Dumb' Decision

A former Conservative MP and member of the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy is calling on Prime Minister Stephen Harper to reconsider his "dumb" decision to kill the independent...

Feds Urged To Slap Price On Water Usage

OTTAWA - The federal advisory body on sustainable development wants governments to put a price on water used by industry — even though Canada is awash in H2O, and companies are getting better at using...