John Hiemstra writes about the illusion of the Albertan oil sands milk and honey.
News: Ecological Justice
As the world's supply of natural oil and gas is being depleted, Canada started producing synthetic crude - an unconventional type of fuel. Sandra Mooibroek claims that there is an alternative to this environment unfriendly solution.
Public justice issues framed for the 2006 federal election.
Garage door opener and cellphone in hand, Sandra Mooibroek battles status consciousness as she bikes her organic vegetables home.
Without regulatory measures, Sandra Mooibroek argues, Canada will be buying credits instead of clean air.
The 2003 federal budget had something for everyone. While health care dominated the spending, the budget included other social and environmental investments along with modest tax cuts and debt repayment. It also gave pundits plenty to chew on. Will the budget help launch John Manley's Liberal leadership bid against front-runner Paul Martin? Or was it a legacy budget for Jean Chretien?
Roving blockades attempt to stop the clearcutting of their homeland. Aboriginal rights advocates oppose provincial-government contracts and the pulp and paper industry. Meanwhile the byproducts and pollution of the logging industry are destroying the environmental balance of the region.
It requires a faith response. By Harry Spaling.
Kyoto is only a first step in a much bigger process.
A poem by Linda Siebenga.