Premier Rachel Notley says the federal government’s approval of the massive Pacific NorthWest LNG project in British Columbia is a hopeful sign as Alberta pushes for new pipelines. 350 more words
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“On climate change and domination: Some thoughts on the Baton Rouge police protests and rain”
Editor: This article by Alycee Lane is a profound analysis that uncovers the connections between police brutality and climate change. 1,883 more words
The Landerholmstead’s main purpose is to provide self-sufficient, sustainable housing communities for people in need. Our dream is to design a site where crops and livestock are in abundance, where the soil is fertile, and the people who live on it have access to healthy, clean food and water. 435 more words
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she rejects the notion that a minimum-wage hike and carbon tax will hurt the provincial economy.
Opposition parties have lambasted the NDP government for charging ahead with those two policies at a time when the province’s economy is ailing. 429 more words
The International Pipeline Conference is taking place in downtown Calgary and one of the key topics is finding ways to ensure pipelines are safe.
The show has brought delegates from 40 countries to Calgary to look at the challenges facing the industry. 114 more words
There is a very interesting article in Bloomberg by Josh Wingrove and Natalie Obiko Pearson that suggests that the pipeline issue “is about to test Justin Trudeau, the country’s telegenic 44-year-old prime minister, who swept to power a year ago vowing to be many things to many people—to tackle climate change, revive the economy, and reset Canada’s fraught relationship with its indigenous communities. 771 more words