We could curb every greenhouse gas emission in the world tomorrow but we would still have a global water crisis, writes Maude Barlow. She suggests it's wrong to blame climate change alone for the flooding in Eastern Canada.
Mike Schreiner is making history Wednesday by introducing the Green Party of Ontario's first bill at Queen's Park — one that seeks to protect the Paris Galt Moraine that supplies drinking water to about 130,000 people in Guelph, and more than 200,000 in the region
Environmentalists are outraged by a "preposterous" large sewage dump into the St. Lawrence River near Montreal and a "staggering" number of smaller, chronic sewage overflows throughout the year in Quebec.
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.