One of the U.S.’s most prominent environmentalists has thrown his considerable clout and that of his organization behind Idle No More’s planned Oct. 7 day of action.
The federal government is getting a failing grade for its climate change plan.
A unique Arctic research facility will be closing its doors for good.
The federal Aboriginal Affairs department is seen as an ally, while Aboriginal groups are seen as “adversaries” in the public relations battle over the tar sands, an internal government document revealed.
We’ve all heard about how climate change is impacting the High Arctic.
Roads, airports and sewers in Canada’s North face serious threats from the unfolding impacts of climate change, the Parliamentary Aboriginal affairs committee has found, and it is calling on the federal government to step in and protect infrastructure “critical to northerners for their existence.”