Ottawa — As the remaining 11 countries in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, reportedly reached a deal, the Council of Canadians says that there are many important questions unanswered.
VANCOUVER – A promised “review” of natural gas industry fracking operations should be broadened to a full Public Inquiry that examines all aspects of the dangerous gas extraction technique, says a coalition of community, First Nation and environmental organizations.
The Council of Canadians is available for comment on the new Nova Scotia Auditor General report, which found the provincial government is “failing” to properly monitor the environmental impacts of large projects it approves.
The Council of Canadians sent a letter to Ontario premier Kathleen Wynne today to question why the Ontario government is allowing bottled water giant Nestlé to pump millions of litres of water every day on two expired permits.
The Council of Canadians is challenging bottled water giant Nestlé for its plans to certify sites as sustainable in Canada and around the world.
Fourteenth complaint filed against Samsung wind turbine project for polluting water wells in Chatham-Kent
Leading environmental organizations, Indigenous nations and prominent people in Canada are calling on Prime Minister Trudeau and the federal government to restore protection for 99% of all lakes and rivers in Canada.
NAFTA renegotiations continue today in Arlington, Virginia. To shed light on the issues, the Council of Canadians today released Getting It Right: A People’s Guide to NAFTA, by Maude Barlow, its honorary chairperson and veteran NAFTA critic. It explains in plain language what’s at stake in the deal for our jobs, our environment, and our democracies.
KJIPUKTUK (Halifax) – Maude Barlow, Honorary Chairperson of the Council of Canadians and long-time water warrior, plans to visit the Treaty Truckhouse and opponents of the Alton Gas Natural Gas Storage Project to hear their story and to show solidarity with their struggle. Water protectors have been camped out at the Alton Gas gates to block the company from accessing its work site for almost...
Chatham, ON – The Council of Canadians is condemning Samsung Energy for filing a million dollar plus statement of claim against Chatham area residents who blocked construction at one of 34 wind turbines the company is erecting as part of its North Kent One* wind power project.