In December 2020, the government challenged Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau's ministry to reduce emissions from artificial nitrogen fertilizers by 30 per cent by 2030. Soon after, Canada's $23-billion fertilizer industry jumped into action to make sure the new rules won't hurt its bottom line.
The Donkin Mine in Cape Breton, located at the tip of the island close to the Atlantic Ocean, was shut down in 2020 due to unsafe working conditions — the mine’s roof collapsed over a dozen times during its last years of operation.
Not all the plotters have been identified, but they’re known to include a handful of senior strategists, one former cabinet minister, and Jean Charest, the only leadership candidate with any hope of beating Pierre Poilievre, writes Arno Kopecky.
Ontario’s “extremely worrisome” recent track record on climate has cost the province nearly $10.5 billion in lost revenues, legal fees and compensation for cancelled contracts, according to a new report.