The episode was an uncanny harbinger of how the Liberals would act in power
Sexy Hurricane Headlines: “Dorian Relentlessly Pounds Bahamas” – What is up with the disaster porn? And Justin Trudeau’s Malaysian ancestry, and other things we learned on Netflix. Author and The Guardian environment reporter Martin Lukacs co-hosts.
Canoe-borne bandits strike an underwater town. A new generation of wealthy lobstermen is minted. An island disappears. And hellfire engulfs a highway jammed with broken heroes on a last chance power drive. Just another normal day amidst Canada’s climate catastrophe.
Some news organizations are joining the British paper in using terms like “global heating” and “climate denier”
Rest assured, Canadians! Jason Kenney is here to protect you from the evils of the Green Left. A look at the Alberta government’s anti-environment “War Room,” plus the imminent Raptor Rapture.
The newspaper company has hired the UCP’s campaign director to lobby for participation in its new “energy war room”
In the month since the budget was released, we’ve gotten a lot more details about the Ford Government’s cuts. The environment has been hit hard. We look at how some of Ford’s biggest cheerleaders are reacting. And we find a glimmer of hope.
Whistleblowers from within the federal government revealed to National Observer reporter Mike De Souza how the Trudeau government effort pretended to ask First Nations and other stakeholders permission for the Kinder Morgan pipeline. In fact, no outcome other than an approval was ever possible.
Three Commons hosts, three NDP leadership hopefuls, one sweltering studio. On this episode, just days before the first vote closes in the race, we speak with Niki Ashton, Jagmeet Singh and Charlie Angus about Canada-Indigenous relations, the environment, the economy and the future of the party.
This week we’re thrilled to welcome legendary broadcast journalist Amy Goodman. Her program, Democracy Now!, was one of the few non-Indigenous media outlets to provide sustained coverage of the Standing Rock camps protesting the building of the Dakota Access Pipeline. With a pro-pipeline president in the White House and a government in Ottawa that’s shown … Continued
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