Originally published in the Hill Times, Monday December 2, 201
Following last week’s release of the most definitive report on climate change, global warming is back in the news.
What’s stopping Ontario from creating 25,000 jobs while slashing government deficits, boosting GDP and cutting greenhouse gas emissions? Not much really.
During the annual Council of the Federation meeting, held last week in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the premiers tackled a range of topics including i
It didn’t really come as a surprise when, last week, the WTO denied Canada’s appeal and again ruled aga
The evidence keeps coming in: Ottawa’s all-oil economic strategy is seriously flawed.
Originally published in the Hill Times, Monday, 04/15/2013
Yesterday’s Speech from Throne sent some promising signals that the new Premier will support measures that help ta
If you follow the news, you know that Alberta’s oil is suffering a discount, selling for up to $40 less than the benchmark price for North American oil.
Just because a person says something over and over doesn’t mean it’s true.
If you’re a homeowner in Ontario, it just became easier to save money. Oh, and it also became easier to help the planet and to support your local economy.
Over the past few days, a number of the members of Blue Green Canada were in Charlottetown P.E.I.
cross posted from Huffington Post Canada
Last week, a few of us went to the Good Jobs Green Jobs conference of the BlueGreen Alliance in Detroit. I wanted to share some of the things I learned while there.
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