Blogs

The tar sands are Canada’s fastest growing source of greenhouse gases. We’ve said it before. And last week, Environment Canada confirmed...

APR
16
2014
The Keystone XL tar sands pipeline has turned into one of the most hotly debated topics in North America. Jobs, oil, economy, risk, energy security,...

lab rat
A study released yesterday indicates that levels currently considered “safe” for BPA exposure in humans may be way off the mark.  ...

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APR
07
2014
If you had to guess how important the tar sands are for our national economy, you wouldn’t be alone if you think they’re a big deal....

APR
03
2014
This week, Ontario Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli launched the province’s new energy conservation framework in the form of several ministerial...

APR
03
2014
glass half full
When environmentalists ring alarm bells about climate change, endangered species, oceans at risk or other unsustainable trends, we’re routinely...

MAR
31
2014
Bighead carp
Sometimes the fight to keep Asian carp out of the Great Lakes feels almost like a war. There is a gruesome enemy – the invasive and dangerous...

With winter finally starting to loosen its icy grip, many people are thinking about projects they want to do around the house. If you’re...

We know that reducing the amount of energy used by homes and companies can save families and businesses money on monthly hydro bills. It’s also...

Introducing Energy East – an export pipeline, not for domestic gain TransCanada’s controversial Keystone XL pipeline project generates a...