The most recent budget from the government of Alberta included industrial-sized volumes of red ink, and no leader deserves more of the blame than former premier Ralph Klein, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
With enough public pressure, Bill C-12 could be amended and Canada would join the ranks of other countries that have implemented effective climate accountability laws, writes parent and For Our Kids organizer Brianne Whyte.
B.C. has been a cleantech leader, but so far the competition hasn't been very tough. Now that the United States has a president who cares about the climate, the provincial and civic governments must ensure B.C. keeps its advantage.