Here's to a radical Canada

By David Suzuki with contributions from Ian Hanington, Senior Editor, Jun 26, 2014

Oh, Canada, what will become of you?

Although I'm proudly Canadian, my early memories are mixed. After Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, our government unfairly deprived my family of citizenship...

Tsilhqot'in First Nation granted B.C. title claim in Supreme Court ruling

CBC News Posted: Jun 26, 2014 

The Supreme Court of Canada has granted declaration of aboriginal title to more than 1,700 square kilometres of land in British Columbia to the Tsilhqot'in First Nation, the first time the court has made such a ruling regarding aboriginal land.

Canada Is Warming At Twice The Global Average And We Still Don't Have A National Plan

The Huffington Post Canada   By Michael Bolen 06/26/2014 

Canada has been warming at roughly double the global average over the last six decades, setting the stage for dramatic changes to the economy, environment and our very way of life. But government and business have been slow to...

A Public Letter to Candidates in the Toronto Municipal Election

From TCAN website - sign here

Many Torontonians have been personally affected by the extreme storms that have hit the city in recent years. We have had to contend with downed trees or limbs,...

UN: Propose a new agreement to protect our oceans...from Paul Martin

Another petition for the good of our ocean...  from Paul Martin... And around the globe.

UN: Propose a new agreement to protect our oceans

Stop PM/Premier Power Abuses

From Democracy Watch

There is an elite club running Canada – the SuPremos.  They are almost all powerful, unchecked by anyone, and restricted by few laws.  Even the Constitution doesn’t stop them from abusing many of...

Canada's Climate Policy Worst In Developed World: Report

By Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press 11/18/2013

OTTAWA - Environment Minister Leona Aglukkaq arrived at a climate change conference in Warsaw late Monday amid exceedingly low expectations.

A European report released to coincide with the United Nations conference ranks Canada 55th...

Photos of Alaska: Then And Now. This is A Get Ready to Be Shocked When You See What it Looks Like Now

Photographing Alaska's stunning landscapes has been a passion of Bruce Molnia's since the first time he visited the 49th state, as a Cornell University graduate student in the late 1960s. It was these photos – taken by everyone from John Muir in 1879 to later explorers like William Field and...

UK and Germany break solar power records

Federal By-elections June 30, 2014

Update: June 24, 2014 - Green Party Shahbaz Mir of Scarborough Agincourt signed the pledge

We asked by-election candidates to sign the pledge for action on climate change.  These are the ridings with by-elections coming up:...