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With summer just around the corner, Canadians are ready to enjoy the water. The good news: there are more Blue Flag beaches and marinas than ever...

In Ontario, the transportation sector accounts for over one-third of the province’s global warming pollution. And that means that Ontario won...

stopdumbgrowth.ca
Dumb growth has left us with endless subdivisions, never-ending highways and municipal debts. It has  degraded our water, damaged our health and...

In her historic acceptance speech on Tuesday, Alberta NDP leader and Premier-elect Rachel Notley lamented the boom-and-bust nature of the Alberta...

MAY
05
2015
Today, Toronto’s City Council agreed to support a motion brought forward by Councillor Paul Ainslie urging the provincial and federal...

Yesterday California adopted the most ambitious carbon reduction target in North America, aiming to reduce its carbon emissions 40 per cent below...

APR
29
2015
A cap on pollution
Now that Ontario has announced it’s going to put a price on carbon by implementing a cap-and-trade program, there have been a lot of questions...

Here’s some good news for the climate: The Ontario government announced recently that it’s putting a price on carbon pollution by joining...

When documents are quietly posted on government websites late on a Friday afternoon with no press release, it’s rarely good news. And late last...

Happy Earth Day! Forty-five years ago today the first Earth Day was held in the United States. Driven by a growing awareness of the need to protect...