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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier François Legault speak during the First Ministers' Meeting in Montreal on Dec. 7, 2018. Photo by Josie Desmarais

Scientists urge Trudeau and Legault to reject Quebec LNG project

Taken as a whole, this project would thus further alter the terrestrial and marine ecosystems on which life on Earth depends, even as UN-mandated experts have recently confirmed an "unprecedented" and accelerating rate of extinction of species, thus eroding "the very foundations of our economies, our livelihoods, food security, health and quality of life around the world."
Climate Change is Here, Alex Benay, Catherine McKenna, Canada Science and Technology Museums Corporation

Cities have unique opportunity to lead fight against climate change

As Ontarians prepare to go to the polls to elect their municipal representatives on Oct. 22, voters should pay particular attention to candidates who propose concrete measures to protect the environment, advocate for sustainable development policies and equip our cities with green infrastructure in an effort to flight climate change, writes Ottawa candidate Anthony Carricato