First Nations people mean business – in both senses of the word. They are determined to get rid of the dependency and the paternalism.
Ce n’est ni la première ni la dernière fois qu’un lobby américain bien financé s’attaque à l’industrie du bois d’œuvre et de la foresterie canadienne.
It is neither the first nor the last time a well-heeled US lobby group attacks the Canadian softwood lumber and forestry sector.
Recent coverage of the impact of the forestry sector on climate change raises a series of alarming questions as to the objectivity and reliability of some media outlets and journalists.
Canada’s managed forests are not net emitters of carbon but rather are a net carbon sink.
If Albertans and Quebecers work together to defend the proper constitutional division of powers, they will find that they have more in common than they think.
Contrary to what many commentators have been claiming for years, the failings of the health system are not due to “chronic underfunding.”
Opposer des baisses d’impôts (ou toute autre forme d’allègement fiscal) à une meilleure qualité des services publics est un faux dilemme. Nous pouvons nous « payer » les deux, et encore plus.
The anti-energy left has weaponized consumer protection laws in the United States to punish oil and gas companies simply for carrying out their core business.
Relying on market rules and voluntary agreements allows the different players to find win-win solutions, and has the benefit of not depending on direct investment from a government body. Article 3 of the “Capitalism: Working for the Environment” Series.