Annalise Klingbeil of the Calgary Herald wrote that the drive was begun with an Arabic posting on a private Facebook group for Syrian refugees in Alberta province by recent arrival Rita Khanchet.
One of the most important finds appears to be the definitive link the researchers found between fracking and earthquakes in the region.
There is a reason we held a Climate Reality Leadership Corps training in Toronto last year: Canada is a crucial player in the climate fight.
It will take until 2020 for the U.S. to meet it's 2016 goal at this rate.
After Trump’s numerous Super Tuesday victories, U.S. citizens flood to google to find out more about moving to Canada.
Canada is stepping up their aggressive climate change actions with requiring new energy projects subject to climate tests to determine their impact on greenhouse gas emissions.
The Canadian company behind the Keystone Pipeline is suing the U.S. government. It’s a perfect example of why many environmentalists are wary of Obama’s secretive trade deals.
In stark contrast to the United States, Canada welcomed the first of what is to be thousands of Syrian refugees. Canada's plan is to welcome 25,000 refugees by March 2016.
Whether one agrees with its supply management system or not, Canada's lack of subsidies for dairy producers would suddenly become very problematic once the TPP goes into effect.
While Americans were off celebrating the fourth of July, Canadian pipeline company giant Enbridge worked a deal with the Wisconsin Budget about its controversial proposed Line 61 tar sands pipeline expansion project. This proposal is not yet final, so let's hope it does not pass.