The non-profit Wilderness Committee says the pipeline company’s own maps and sworn affidavits indicate that it failed to start key construction this summer. And that could push the project past its December 2022 delivery date.
Though the party wouldn't divulge details of what led to Haddad's expulsion and reinstatement, the Montreal lawyer said she was kicked out of the leadership race after criticizing the B.C. Green Party. She posted screenshots on Twitter of apparent email exchanges with party leadership, who said she had “discredited” the Green brand.
Though Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised an “ambitious green agenda” last month, the speech delivered by Gov. Gen. Julie Payette on Wednesday focused more on how the government will manage the pandemic and the economic hardship it has caused.
The group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous activists served the Conservative Party of Canada leader with a cease and desist letter Thursday morning. “Canada has never belonged to people like Erin O’Toole. Canada was founded on stolen Indigenous land," said Giiwedinong Kisinaaikwe, one of the youth involved in the effort.
The charity announced last week that it will shut down its Canadian operations. Many questions remain about what the charity’s finances were like in the months leading up to the controversy and what winding down entails, charity experts say.
Under new Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole, environment critic and B.C. MP Dan Albas has his work cut out for him. His task: writing a climate plan popular enough to win votes, but ambitious enough to hit Canada’s climate targets.
Eight candidates in the race to succeed Elizabeth May will spar tonight over foreign policy issues like Middle East politics, the climate crisis, Canada’s relationship with the United States and tensions with China.