An Indigenous political activist was briefly detained on Saturday, July 14, 2018, following a Trans Mountain pipeline protest in British Columbia's North Thompson Provincial Park on Saturday, July 14, 2018.
The two affidavits included Warren Forsythe's 23 pages of notes and Terry Shendruk's five pages about the protesters' operations as well as 30 surreptiously-snapped photographs. They shined some light on the little-understood but growing role of private investigators in Canada’s policing of protest.
The sweeping cuts to "unnecessary and wasteful energy projects" are part of the Ontario government's plan to cut hydro rates by 12 per cent, said Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines Greg Rickford on Friday afternoon.
Irena Creed, a Canadian biology professor and executive director of the School of Environment and Sustainability at the University of Saskatchewan, co-chaired a 19-member panel that compiled evidence showing how the health of the planet’s forests is intricately tied to the safeguarding of sustainable access to water.
Ontario Premier Doug Ford's first throne speech repeated a number of his campaign promises — ending cap-and-trade, eliminating the updated sexual education program put in place by the previous Liberal government, and cleaning up Hydro One.
Last week, I spent more than 36 hours on a bridge, standing and sleeping more than 100 feet in the air in order to block the path of a tanker carrying oil from the Alberta tar sands — not what you might expect from a former volunteer for Rachel Notley
The Trudeau government and the Trump administration have found a rare patch of common ground at the NATO summit in Brussels — shared concern about a proposed Russian pipeline that would cross through the Baltic Sea into Germany.