by Emily Atkin Posted on April 23, 2015
Under the maximum fines proposed, ExxonMobil could have paid up to $21.5 million.
by Katie Valentine Posted on April 12, 2015
The protesters called on Canada's provincial and federal governments to stop the expansion of the tar sands and to take climate change seriously.
by Katie Valentine Posted on April 10, 2015
The lawsuit alleges the approvals violated national environmental regulations.
by Katie Valentine Posted on April 3, 2015
The decision was made because of concerns over an endangered population of beluga whales.
by Samantha Page Posted on March 27, 2015
In its quest for oil, Canada has lifted regulations on much of its water supply.
by Katie Valentine Posted on March 20, 2015
Canada could reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent by 2050, if its federal government implements a few key policies.
by Josh Israel & Katie Valentine Posted on March 1, 2015
“If this were a wind mill project or a solar project, Republicans would have been hair-on-fire crazy supporting the property rights of farmers and ranchers ... But because it’s an oil pipeline, it’s fine.”
by Ari Phillips Posted on February 25, 2015
With oil prices at rock-bottom lows, on Monday Royal Dutch Shell announced it was shelving plans to build a new tar sands mine in northern Alberta.
by Katie Valentine Posted on February 10, 2015
Or, Stephen Harper could get re-elected.
by Katie Valentine Posted on February 9, 2015
“It’s always the same line: ‘We’re not doing criminal investigations, you’re not accused of any crime. But we’re trying to learn more about the movement.'"