Statistics Canada is expected to release an updated study tomorrow on the status of renewable water sources. The Council of Canadians will be available for comment on the findings.
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As trade ministers from across the Pacific Rim prepare to discuss the future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in Chile today and tomorrow, the Council of Canadians along with more than 200 organizations representing citizens across the Pacific Rim
The suspension of TransCanada’s NAFTA lawsuit highlights how trade deals are used by corporations to roll back democratic decisions, says the Council of Canadians.
Ottawa, ON — As the National Energy Board (NEB) Modernization panel stops in Gatineau tomorrow, the federal government needs to put an immediate freeze on current pipeline proposals until impartial oversight is established. That’s the central message in a long list of concerns that Ecology Ottawa and the Council of Canadians will be presenting to the NEB Modernization panel.
This morning, the European Parliament passed CETA, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union, one of many steps required to implement the controversial deal. The Council of Canadians, which spent years working against the deal both in the Europe and in Canada, is available for comment on this development.
FREDERICTON, NB – Last night Sackville town councillors passed a resolution brought forward by Mount Allison University students to oppose TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline proposal, making it the first municipality in New Brunswick to officially take a stand against the pipeline.
Today, the House of Commons voted to adopt C-30, the bill to implement the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) in third reading. It did so without any public consultations or substantive economic analysis.
As Prime Minister Trudeau heads to Washington for closed-door meetings with U.S. President Trump, the Council of Canadians and thousands of its supporters are urging the Prime Minister not to pursue a backroom deal on NAFTA.
The National Energy Board (NEB) “Modernization” process should be suspended immediately in light of new conflicts of interest, says the Council of Canadians in a letter sent to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Natural Resources Jim Carr this morning.
The federal government will not meet its commitment to end all drinking water advisories affecting First Nations communities by 2020 without significant changes to current processes, according to a new report, Glass half empty? Year 1 progress toward resolving drinking water advisories in nine First Nations in Ontario.