Dec 02, 2022

More gas, more missing climate targets

Co-written with Aly Hyder Ali, Program Manager, Oil and Gas What has prevented Canada from meeting its emission reduction targets? And why does it…Read More


Dec 02, 2022 / Climate Change

Four lessons from the letter the scientific community sent to Minister Guilbeault concerning toxic tailings

If you thought the problem of tar sands cleanup had gone away, think again. The government is developing regulations that could allow oil producers…Read More


Nov 21, 2022 / Climate Change Ontario

Ontario is selling our Clean Energy Credit out from under us

Last week, on Monday November 14, as part of its Economic Outlook and Fiscal Review, the Ontario government officially announced it would be developing…Read More


Nov 17, 2022 / Climate Change

Car companies HATE this idea to reduce carbon emissions

The federal government can reduce carbon emissions by 135 million tonnes with one neat trick Transportation accounts for one quarter of Canada’s emissions –…Read More


Nov 11, 2022 / Climate Change

Aucune exploitation des sables bitumineux n'est compatible avec un climat stable et les droits des autochtones : les défenseurs des droits des autochtones s'adressent au gouvernement canadien lors de la COP27.

Aucune exploitation des sables bitumineux n’est compatible avec un climat stable et les droits des autochtones : les défenseurs des droits des autochtones s’adressent…Read More


Nov 11, 2022 / Climate Change

No tar sands development is compatible with a safe climate & Indigenous rights: advocates to Canadian government at COP27

Indigenous leaders speak against Pathways Alliance industry event hosted by Canada at COP, as allies walk out of event Le français ici Sharm El-Sheik,…Read More


Nov 10, 2022 / Climate Change

Open Letter to Canada’s Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault: Kick Polluters out of the Canada Pavilion

Dear Minister Guilbeault CC: Francis Pigeon, Executive Director – Canada Pavilion at COP27 Re: Kick polluters out of the Canada Pavilion Civil society organizations…Read More


Nov 04, 2022 / Toxics

Consumer product recalls highlight urgent need for mandatory labelling

You may have seen toxic products in the news a lot lately – from cancer-causing benzene in dry shampoo to carcinogenic formaldehyde in hair…Read More


Nov 01, 2022 / Safeguarding Freshwater

Busting Enbridge’s Line 5 Myths - Part 3: Indigenous sovereignty, Tribal rights, and consent - Bad River Band v. Enbridge

Funding police to suppress water and land defence efforts, breaching natural aquifers that supply wetlands with groundwater, and circumventing Indigenous People’s tribal rights: some…Read More


Nov 01, 2022

Time for Canada to walk the walk on reducing oil and gas emissions

Co-written with Caroline Brouillette, Climate Action Network Canada In just one week, the world’s attention will be on the proceedings in Sharm El Sheikh,…Read More


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