"How do you explain to a little girl that her people were kidnapped and incarcerated at schools where they were beaten for speaking their parents’ language, told their gods were devils and taught to hate themselves?" asks columnist Julian Brave Noisecat.
Over the last six months, Canada's National Observer has been looking into what's working and what's failing in cities as they rise to the challenge of tackling climate change. In a 13-part series, we will be taking you across the country, province by province, for a look at how cities are meeting the climate emergency with sustainable solutions. We start with this overview.
The groups say the bill, known as the Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act, may not be perfect, but it can be improved on in the future. Stalling it would be much worse for Canada’s climate plan, they say in a letter.