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A Healthy Environment Nurtures Healthy People
If a home is not cleaned and cared for, it will become rundown and less habitable or even unlivable. It's no different with our broader surroundings, from the immediate environment ...
August 31, 2015
Rouge Park Deserves the Same Protection as Other Canadian Parks
In fall 2011, politicians, farmers, environmentalists, and local advocates met in Toronto to get the ball rolling for ...
August 3, 2015
Premiers’ Energy Strategy Doesn’t Go Far Enough
On July 15, a state-of-the-art new pipeline near Fort McMurray, Alberta, ruptured, spilling five million litres of bitumen, ...
July 26, 2015
We Have to Stop Filling and Killing the Oceans With Plastic
Eight million tonnes. That's how much plastic we're tossing into the oceans every year! University of Georgia environmental ...
March 2, 2015
Speaking Truth Gives Youth Great Power
When she was just 12 years old, my daughter Severn gave a speech at the 1992 U.N. Earth ...
February 23, 2015
Bees Matter, So Restricting Neonics Is the Right Thing to Do
No matter how you feel about Ontario's proposal to restrict use of neonicotinoid insecticides on corn and soybean ...
February 16, 2015
Canada Is Trading Away Its Environmental Rights
In 1997, Canada restricted import and transfer of the gasoline additive MMT because it was a suspected neurotoxin ...
February 1, 2015
Oil Prices Drop as Global Warming Rises
With oil prices plunging from more than $100 a barrel last summer to below $50 now, the consequences ...
January 26, 2015
Digging Out of Canada’s Mining Dilemma
It sometimes seems people in the mining and fossil fuel industries—along with their government promoters—don't believe in the ...
January 19, 2015
Energy Shift Requires Shift in Conversation
Abundant, cheap fossil fuels have driven explosive technological, industrial, and economic expansion for more than a century.
January 12, 2015
More Bad News for Bees: The New ‘F’ Word
Have you heard of flupyradifurone? Probably not, unless you work for the federal government agency poised to approve ...
November 2, 2014
Clean-Tech Is Good for the Economy and Environment
What's the fastest-growing sector in Canada's economy? Given what you hear from politicians and the media, you'd be ...
October 27, 2014
Commissioner’s Report Shows Canada Must Do More for Environment
Canadians expect to have our environment protected, and to know how it's being protected. A report from Canada's ...
October 19, 2014
Let’s Slow Down, for the Sake of Ourselves and Our Planet
The Amazon rainforest is magnificent. Watching programs about it, we're amazed by brilliant parrots and toucans, tapirs, anacondas, ...
October 12, 2014
Suzuki Must Set Positive Example in Climate Controversy
The climate debate is one of the most important discussions in the world today. At stake are billions ...
September 8, 2014
Canada’s Cities Lead on Climate Action
Amid the dire warnings about global warming's impacts, what's often overlooked is that actions to reduce or prevent ...
July 27, 2014
Lake Huron Is No Place for a Nuclear Waste Dump
Is dilution really the solution to pollution—especially when it's nuclear waste that can stay radioactive for 100,000 years? ...
July 20, 2014
It’s Time to Save the Bees and Ban Neonic Pesticides
Bees may be small, but they play a big role in human health and survival. Some experts say ...
July 6, 2014
Pipeline Approval Flies in the Face of Democracy and Global Warming
There was little doubt the federal government would approve the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project, regardless of public ...
June 21, 2014
The Ins and Outs of Oceans
June 8 is World Oceans Day. It's a fitting time to contemplate humanity's evolving relationship with the source ...
June 8, 2014
Investments in Transit Drive Positive Change
What makes a city great? Among other things, great cities welcome ethnic diversity, support and foster the arts, ...
May 24, 2014
In the Urban Green Revolution, Small is Big
"Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men's blood and probably will not themselves be ...
May 19, 2014
You Might Be Allergic to Global Warming
Spring is a time of rebirth: blossoms and greenery emerge as cold and snow give way to warmer ...
May 9, 2014
Salmon Farms: Has Anything Changed after a Decade of Controversy?
The David Suzuki Foundation and others have run ads over the past decade decrying British Columbia's open net-cage ...
May 5, 2014
Only with Political Will Can We Avoid the Worst of Climate Change
It's fitting that the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report was released during Earth Month. After all, ...
April 28, 2014
Will We Ever Learn to Celebrate Earth Month?
April is Earth Month, and April 22 Earth Day. We should really celebrate our small blue planet and ...
April 13, 2014
Windmills Are Things of Beauty
In Canada, opposition to wind installations has sprung up from Nova Scotia to Ontario to Alberta to B.C. ...
April 6, 2014
Congress Reaches Deal to Fund the Government as Shutdown Deadline Nears
British PM Johnson to Win a Majority of 86: Exit Poll
Trump’s Support Among Orthodox Jews Is at 89 Percent: Poll
US Stocks Hit Records After Reports of ‘In Principle’ US–China Trade Deal
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Watchdog Finds $6.7 Billion in Questionable Medicare Payments to Insurers
Reuters Photographer Thrown out of Impeachment Hearing After Taking Pictures of Members’ Notes
First Ever Official GDP Stats Released for Every US County