Last month, Canada had its first climate election. As a result of tireless climate justice organizing from coast to coast to coast, action on the climate emergency was a top vote-determining issue. With a new minority Parliament set to convene in the near future, we can learn from and build on the impact of this organizing to win the just transition we need.
We've put together four alternative mandate letters of our own on water, trade, the climate crisis, and health with a list of shared progressive priorities
Today, the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board (CNSOPB) released the results of their investigation into BP Canada’s unauthorized spill of 136,000 litres of synthetic drilling mud in June of 2018.
When BP's drilling rig entered Nova Scotia's waters we threw the company an 'unwelcoming party' at their offices in Halifax. Photo: Mo Phung.
“The water and the people are in
It wasn’t a surprise that the prairies went predominantly blue in this federal election - what has been significant is the sensationalization of western alienation as something new and newsworthy.