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Bill 108 would make it easier for developers to prioritize economic considerations over the protection of at-risk animals and habitat they need to survive Read more

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Awareness of the disastrous state of the planet's biodiversity is at an all-time high, but powerful forestry industry interests are sinking millions into "nuisance lawsuits" to silence environmental critics warning of a calamity in Canada Read more

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With small cells placed on every street and sidewalk, and right in front of people’s homes, everyone is going to be exposed to a much greater degree of radio frequency radiation than they are right now Read more

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Kevin Matthew Wong and Julia Howman's multimedia look at the environmental destruction inflicted by factories on northern Ontario reserves is engaging and inclusive Read more

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North America's biggest cities are refusing to pay the price for oil companies’ misbehaviour choosing instead to shift the costs of climate change from taxpayers to the corporations most responsible Read more

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A proposal by the Ford government to allow year-round hunting of the demonized birds over "aesthetics" and other concerns raised by the commercial fishing industry will wipe them out, say activists Read more

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The Canada Pension Plan has a track record of questionable investments – now it's sunk $609 million USD in oil and gas drilling operations in rapidly growing suburban areas north of Denver despite a storm of local opposition Read more

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Masturbate with the environment in mind by avoiding sex toys made from plastics and jellies and opting for erotic products you can feel good about buying. Read more

Love and Sex

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Koskie Minsky LLP's $550 million suit against Hershey alleges that the child labour and slavery prevalent in the company’s supply chain “are so abhorrent, that failure to disclose these practices amounts to a misrepresentation to Canadian consumers." Read more

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While aiming to enable “positive outcomes” for species at risk, the government's discussion paper on proposed changes to the Endangered Species Act intends to “increase efficiencies for business” Read more

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Ontario already loses 71 hectares of farmland to urban purposes every day – the PCs' Bill 66 will open up one of the last vestiges of small-scale agriculture in the province to development Read more

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Samuel Engelking

Food waste is a national and global problem – but Toronto researchers and startups are tackling the dysfunction at the core of the industry Read more

Food & Drink

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But pressure to build more pipelines to develop tar sands crude is fuelling a political calamity between Alberta and the rest of the country Read more

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A vegan lifestyle message as a way to combat climate change could ensure the environmental movement remains a space dominated by those who are white and enjoy class privilege Read more

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We're headed for an 80 per cent increase in greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture if global dietary trends continue to go unchecked Read more

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The post-truth politics that propelled Donald Trump and Doug Ford to office were invented in the climate wars Read more

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We all need to recognize that our lives are deeply dependent on the health of Earth’s ecosystems, and that our current lifestyle is putting these systems at risk Read more

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Environmental groups agree carbon pricing is an important tool in reducing emissions, but its importance should not be exaggerated Read more

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Premier's closed-door meeting with China-owned company raises the spectre of future water sell-offs for industrial use Read more

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Glyphosate is the most used herbicide in human history – since the arrival of genetically modified crops in the 1990s its use has exploded 15-fold Read more

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    Garth Riley

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    Bert Beekmans

    Wind turbines - solar cells power plant

    Queen’s Park rally ­November 9 pushes for nuclear phase-out.