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Allie Rougeot

Samuel Engelking

The U of T student and lead coordinator of #FridaysForFuture in Toronto explains why climate and social justice can't be separated Read more

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Extending bike lanes on Bloor can help save small independent businesses that are important fixtures of Toronto’s neighbourhoods Read more

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Let’s not succumb to the false notion that Canadians aren’t up to the task of public enterprise Read more

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Samuel Engelking

The Toronto filmmaker's earth replica at the Ontario Science Centre displays the impact of human activity on a massive scale Read more

Art & Design

Thousands of young people turned out for Friday's march and while high-schoolers carried messages of hormone-filled humour elementary school kids brought dead serious warnings Read more

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The Global Climate Strike in Toronto Friday is expected to be the largest march of its kind we've seen in the city for some time Read more

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Jeff Mermelstein

In We Are The Weather, the author makes a powerful moral case for eating no animal products before dinner as a personal climate-change mitigation strategy Read more

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Many planners and politicians believe automated vehicles are the solution to a host of transportation problems that were created by automobiles in the first place Read more

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Marina Hashemi

Plus, more blowback on cannabis legalization, the media drops the ball on climate action and remembering local music hero Steve Smith in Letters To The Editor Read more

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Samuel Engelking

If we’re going to tackle huge issues like the climate crisis, artistic practice and activism can't be separated anymore Read more

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In the midst of a global climate catastrophe, building environmentally sustainable housing could also build a more equitable world Read more

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Enzo DiMatteo

The government denies it is moving away from conservation authority monitoring programs that would put water quality at risk Read more

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Richard Longley

Plus, Trump's migrant "concentration camps," Israel visit question for Raptors and another Vision Zero cycling statistic in Letters To The Editor this week Read more

Letters To The Editor

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Richard Longley

While a freak spring has pushed lake levels above what closed the park in 2017, stateside attention has turned to the International Joint Commission charged with regulating waterways between Canada and the US Read more

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Plus, Canada's climate emergency, questions about the Jewish National Fund's charitable donations and condos making Toronto a less interesting place in Letters To The Editor this week Read more

Letters To The Editor

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Kalen Artinian

Plus, readers write on Toronto's push against climate change, Sidewalk Labs's transit takeover in the Port Lands and confronting the mainstream media's anti-Muslim bias Read more

Letters To The Editor

Leilani Farha

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Plus, readers write on Marxism versus happiness, why 420 still matters and Big Oil's climate change misinformation campaign Read more

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The annual ode to the places and spaces that make Toronto a wanderer’s dream heads up this week's trio of can't-miss political events Read more

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Greenpeace

Labour and environmental activists are rolling out a campaign next month to spur a country-wide movement away from fossil fuels, but Canada's big banks continue to invest heavily in the climate crisis. Read more

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    James Balog

    2.12.08 | Iceland/Svínafellsjökull Glacier An EIS team member provides scale in a massive landscape of crevasses on the Svínafellsjökull Glacier in Iceland.