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Payback Time? What the Internationalization of Climate Litigation Could Mean for Canadian Oil and Gas Companies

Payback Time? What the Internationalization of Climate Litigation Could Mean for Canadian Oil and Gas Companies
Source: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

This report explores scenarios in which the legal landscape concerning climate damages litigation could suddenly and dramatically change—and finds that Canadian oil and gas companies could be liable for billions of dollars of damages for their contribution to climate change.

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Legal And Law Enforcement

Province, critics at odds over overcrowding in Saskatchewan prisons

REGINA – The Saskatchewan government maintains there isn’t a problem but critics say that overcrowding in the Saskatchewan prison system means gymnasiums, chapels and other rooms are being converted for sleeping. 379 more words

Saskatoon

B.C.’s resource development will not generate jobs

Resource development develops new jobs but not more jobs says Professor Marvin Shaffer. New pipelines and LNG processing will not reduce unemployment despite the claims of politicians. 481 more words

Politics

Your think-tank lineup card: Who are these groups that hold so much sway over policy?

It was a counter-intuitive report issued by an apparent free-market ally: Earlier this year, the C.D. Howe Institute released a study calling for the federal government to ignore its relatively tiny deficit in favour of some job-creating stimulus spending. 77 more words

News

More than 400 academics demand CRA cancel 'politically motivated' audit of left-leaning think-tank

More than 400 academics are demanding the Canada Revenue Agency halt its audit of a think-tank, saying the Conservative government is trying to intimidate, muzzle and silence its critics. 1,401 more words

News

Rising university tuition causing student hardship

University students fear many of their peers will have to spend more time working than studying, delay starting university or become part-time students to save enough to pay for their education if a… 696 more words

News

Universities loading extra fees on top of tuition: 'They are unfair'

With university costs projected to increase over the next four years, students are being hit with newly created or rising fees on top of tuition, including those to use facilities and even to graduate, according to a new report. 770 more words

Personal Finance