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Supreme Court heard arguments this week about strengthening legislation designed to stop strategic lawsuits.
Premier Ford can't use the notwithstanding clause to get around the legal challenge brought by Greenpeace and Ecojustice
The federal Liberals have “just signed up to captain the Titanic of tar sands pipelines,” activists say.
Environmental groups' pressure campaign on banks is beginning to pay off.
Thirty years on from the world's worst nuclear accident, millions of people are still living with radioactive fallout from Chernobyl. In contaminated areas, radiation touches every aspect of people's lives: it's in the food they eat, the milk they drink, and in the schools, parks and playgrounds their children play in. The human toll of reactor accidents is why nuclear power may never gain widespread acceptance, no matter how much the industry tries to reassure us that risks are low.
The group, which is based on conflict, drama and media-friendly gamesmanship, can't seem to modernize its information on the Canadian record of racial and gender equality, world-leading human rights, opportunities for education, overall social freedoms and environmental performance.
This includes everything from sleeping bags to tents.
As momentous an occasion as it is when an oil jurisdiction actually puts limits on growth, 100 million tonnes of carbon a year at a time when science is demanding bold reductions is still far too much. While historic, the government's cap needs to be viewed as a ceiling rather then a floor.