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7 days ago

Forest fires in Canada peaked in 1989 and have been on 'substantial' decline in recent years, says new study

The study says that the six worst years of forest fires in terms of total area burned all occurred before the year 2000.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
21 days ago

Environment Minister: New environmental legislation 'may' include new taxes

The potential for a greater tax on carbon contradicts previous claims from the government.

Noah David Alter
a month ago

Canada's carbon pricing is a failure, says new report

A new study from the Fraser Institute analyzes 31 OECD countries which have implemented carbon pricing regulations

Noah David Alter
a month ago

Trudeau Liberals dish out $186 MILLION in first year of electric car rebate strategy

60,000 Canadians have received rebates for electric car purchases under the program, which was budgeted at $300 million.

Noah David Alter
2 months ago

'Not fair game': Plastic industry calls out Trudeau Liberals over labelling of products as 'toxic'

The banned products include "checkout bags, straws, stir packs, six-pack rings, cutlery, and food-ware made from hard-to-recycle plastics."

Noah David Alter
2 months ago

BREAKING: Trudeau Liberals announce list of banned single-use plastics

Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Jonathan Wilkinson said that the report found plastic causes significant harm to wild life.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
2 months ago

Trudeau Liberals designate environmental protestors as federal security threats

The report listed peaceful demonstrations alongside the October 2014 gun attack on Parliament Hill as reasons why the country is “not immune to security threats”.

Joe Vaughan
2 months ago

Canadian oil company has planted 11 million more trees than Trudeau government

Syncrude is one of the world's largest producers of synthetic crude oil from Canada's oil sands and is the largest single source producer of crude oil in Canada. This year alone the company has been able to cover around 400 hectares with over one million trees and shrubs.

Joe Vaughan
2 months ago

Trudeau said government would plant two billion trees—zero planted so far

Trudeau's plan to plant two billion trees over ten years was announced just under a year ago when the election campaign was in full swing. To this date, zero trees have been planted under this initiative.

Joe Vaughan
3 months ago

Companies could face $1 MILLION fine if they destroy habitat of newly-endangered bird

Federal designation of endangered species has previously caused conflicts with certain corporations. In 2015, including the incident with the Western Chorus Frog in Quebec.

Elie M. Cantin-Nantel
4 months ago

Alberta signs agreement with Ottawa cutting major environmental monitoring of oilsands

An agreement has just been reached between Alberta and the federal government that will result in a major decrease in environmental monitoring of the oilsands.

Sam Edwards
4 months ago

Environmentalist Montreal mayor forbids downtown traffic, then wonders why nobody is downtown

The mayor, who in the past has declared herself an environmentalist, has once again clogged up the streets and pushed people away. Could these new measures be a Trojan horse to push through those kind of policies?

Joe Vaughan
5 months ago

Worker deaths, government crackdown on dissidents, and criminal investigation surround Canadian mines in Latin America

In Putaendo, a city of Chile, hundreds of police and military personnel, reportedly “armed to the teeth,” flooded its streets to supervise extractive activity. Unlike other regions, Putaendo has no large-scale mines. It has, however, been eyed by a Canadian junior for preliminary exploration.

Samuel Helguero
5 months ago

Trudeau's former environment minister spent over $100,000 on Ubers, rideshares

McKenna's ministry spent a whopping $113,000 on taxis, with the ministry as a whole under Jonathan Wilkinson adding an extra $30,000 on taxis.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz
6 months ago

Disgraced Trudeau staffer returns to Ottawa to aid Trudeau on environmental policy

Gerald Butts has returned to Ottawa to help the Trudeau Liberals construct their environmental policies in post-pandemic Canada.

Nico Johnson

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