Examining NAFTA’s energy proportionality rule in light of the urgent need to drastically reduce carbon emissions and ensure that all Canadians have access to a sufficient amount of energy as a human right in a post-carbon, energy-constrained future.
In August 2016, Nestlé purchased the Middlebrook well in Elora, Ontario despite the municipality’s attempt to buy it to safeguard their water supply. This sparked a national outcry.
A myth of abundance, lack of monitoring, and a profit-driven market allow our communities’ water sources to be exported out of local watersheds, never to return again.
A Climate Denier’s Trade Deal versus a Clean Energy Economy
Big Oil has set its sights on offshore Nova Scotia. BP (British Petroleum), the same company responsible for the Deepwater Horizon disaster that saw 4.9 million barrels of oil spilled in the Gulf of Mexico, the death of 11 workers, and devastating consequences for local fisheries, economies and communities, is planning on drilling offshore of Nova Scotia as early as spring 2018.
Canada needs to put water protection and water justice at the heart of all policies and practices affecting water sources and services. Read more...
This report is packed with inspiring stories and timely analysis on the real and substantive progress you are driving in communities across Canada and beyond.
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Protecting Our Culture in NAFTA
A letter to the editor is a great way to get a message or information to a broader audience.
NAFTA’s impacts on farming