A strong legislative and regulatory framework will be the backbone of Canada’s green transition, write UN special rapporteur on human rights and the environment David Boyd, Lisa Gue of the David Suzuki Foundation and Ecojustice Canada's Elaine MacDonald.
By normalizing the use of an extraordinary power like the notwithstanding clause, Ontario's Doug Ford government is setting the stage for future suspensions of charter rights by provincial legislatures, writes columnist Max Fawcett.
As pressure builds on oil and gas companies, some major players are making big climate pledges. We should weigh them with considerable skepticism, write professors Kathryn Harrison, Martin Olszynski and Patrick McCurdy.
The BC NDP's approach to protecting old-growth forests is unsettlingly reminiscent of the failed approaches to the management of past provincial governments, write Shauna Doll and Chris Genovali of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation.