Finance Canada has helped Trans Mountain secure $10 billion in new financing to complete construction of the controversial pipeline by promising investors that if the Crown corporation can’t pay back the loans, the public will.
Many Canadians don't realize lobbying shapes the laws and policies that govern our day-to-day lives, affecting the country's future. A lobbyist’s main objective is to influence government decisions and legislation in the interest of their client — but what does this actually mean?
As the world navigates an energy transition, Canada’s bankers find themselves neck-deep in oil money with a choice to make: Turn their backs on fossil fuels or keep financing the very activity threatening all life on Earth.
The past decade has seen exploding interest in an approach to farming focused on soil health called regenerative agriculture, which proponents say can help fix the climate crisis. The problem? No one agrees on what regenerative agriculture actually means.
Late last month, the Prime Minister's Office unveiled Ottawa's new roster of parliamentary secretaries to support Justin Trudeau’s 38-member cabinet. Here's a look at what parliamentary secretaries do and why they're important.