Infused throughout the Supreme Court of Canada’s ruling that Parliament acted constitutionally when it passed the Liberal government’s carbon pricing law is the logic that the provinces are incapable of fully acting on the climate crisis themselves.
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An organization representing more than 20,000 farmers across the country is urging the federal government to follow a key takeaway from a report it recently published on Canada’s shortcomings in agro-environmental policy.
A report released today by the Canadian environment organization Environmental Defence calculates that the federal government delivered $18 billion in subsidies and other forms of financial support to the country’s fossil fuel industry in 2020.
This report examines how civil society groups in Canada can align their work to achieve just transition goals.
The world's freshwater laboratory launches its 53rd research season in style.
This will be a historic moment for Canadians, marking a potential milestone towards a prompt recovery at a time when the country is grappling with a third wave of COVID-19.
FedNor funding will be used to help get the Centre for Climate and Lake Learning in Ontario shovel ready.
Renewable power subsidies and carbon pricing schemes are among the most popular projects to encourage clean energy investment, but which is more effective?
There is hope for a green future, but drastic changes need to be made by the government and large corporations.
Although some argue that more deficit spending is problematic, the reality is that holding back on investments in a green recovery will create even more problems.