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Climate Con: why a new global deal on aviation emissions is really bad news

A new climate deal is expected to be agreed upon soon by the International Civil Aviation Organization, is a cop-out, writes Oscar Reyes.

Filed in: Canada Climate Change Environment Pollution

Three more reasons why we need to stop CETA

If the deal comes into effect, hundreds of US-based corporations will be able to sue the UK, through Canada, writes Nick Dearden.

Filed in: Canada United Kingdom

How the Dutch could derail CETA

As thousands discuss free trade at the World Social Forum in Montreal, Canada’s experience with NAFTA may offer lessons for the Netherlands, writes Niels Jongerius.

Filed in: Canada Netherlands

Climate change needs real solutions not more hot air

Are certain proposals to reduce carbon emissions based on technological hype? Almuth Ernsting asks.

Filed in: Canada Climate Change Environment Pollution

Rohingyas in Canada: portraits of life and struggle

Colin Boyd Shafer documents a community’s resilience in the face of adversity.

Filed in: Burma Canada Migration

Cosmopolis Toronto

Colin Boyd Shafer has been photographing Toronto’s multicultural life in a series dedicated to its worldwide inhabitants.

Filed in: Canada

Mine shafted

Jess Worth on indigenous Canadians’ fight against a mine.

Filed in: Activism Canada First Nations Reservations (Canada) Mining

The price of gold

Critic of the Canadian mining industry, Alain Deneault, talks to Richard Swift about the destructive nature of this sector.

Filed in: Canada Corporations Mining

Spinning gold: the ‘happy’ story of Canadian mining

What world are Goldcorp’s shareholders living in, wonders Emilie Teresa Smith as she sits in on their AGM.

Filed in: Canada Guatemala Mining

‘How did our community survive this?’

The Missing Children’s project is investigating the deaths and disappearances of aboriginal students who died in church-run schools. Janet Nicol reports.

Filed in: Canada First Nations Reservations (Canada)

Europe gets its first ‘Tar-Free City’

Oxford takes a lead from communities in the US by rejecting oil from Canada’s destructive tar sands project.

Filed in: Canada Energy Environment First Nations Reservations (Canada) Oil Politics United Kingdom United States

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