Groundwater Not as Renewable as Thought, Study Finds

Findings 'a call to better manage and protect the resource,' says UVic researcher.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 21 Nov 2015


Opposed to Site C, NDP Has a Plan B

'We don't need it today,' says Horgan of $9-billion dam, pitching party's energy jobs plan.

By Andrew MacLeod, 17 Nov 2015


Fracking Regulation on Trial in Andrew Nikiforuk's 'Slick Water'

Ahead of Vancouver Island book tour, author surveys Canada's latest energy battleground.

By Robyn Smith, 16 Nov 2015


'Northern Gateway Will Never Happen': Oil Spill Consultant

Trudeau-ordered ban on north coast oil tankers expected to kill Enbridge pipeline.

By Tamsyn Burgmann, 14 Nov 2015


Plugging a City's Energy Drain

Ignoring inefficiency costs Vancouver dearly. But the city is fighting back.

By Michael Small, 10 Nov 2015


Understanding Trudeau's 'Disappointed' Keystone Response

He could be a wholesale pipeline supporter, or perhaps his motives are more nuanced.

By Carol Linnitt and Heather Libby, 7 Nov 2015


In Major Twist, TransCanada Asks US to Pause Keystone XL Review

Company may be waiting for more favourable conditions, opponents say.

By Alexander Panetta, 3 Nov 2015


Critical First Nation's Letter Surfaces after Woodfibre LNG Rubber-stamped

In August Tsleil-Waututh warned approval would be a 'legal error,' but it's unclear what happened next.

By Bob Mackin, 2 Nov 2015


BC Gov't Gives Green Light to Woodfibre LNG

Howe Sound plant clears another hurdle while linked pipeline faces further scrutiny.

By Bob Mackin, 27 Oct 2015


Libs Need Clearer Energy Security Plan, Says 'After the Sands' Author

Increased oil patch ownership can help Canada meet emissions goals, says Gordon Laxer.

By Jeremy J. Nuttall, 26 Oct 2015


Leap Manifesto Too 'Radical'? Only Next to Parties' Modest Climate Plans

It's ambitious, but not capitalism's end as mainstream columnists fret.

By Seth Klein, 7 Oct 2015


Canada's Biggest Political Scandal You Never Heard Of

Big oil, taxpayers' millions, call girls and a 'mechanic' named Bruce Carson.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 5 Oct 2015


Tim Flannery: 'The Next Decade Is Going to Be Really Tough'

A brutally honest conversation with the world-leading climate thinker, who speaks in Vancouver Oct. 14.

By Geoff Dembicki, 28 Sep 2015


Let Me Be Clear: Fact Checking Leaders on Economy and Environment

Follow along as we attempt to verify their statements, despite the interruptions.

By Katie Hyslop, 18 Sep 2015


BC's Hard Hat Premier Builds Faulty First Nation Bridges

Twisted and uneven, Clark's reconciliation words betray 'brute force' development actions.

By Ian Gill, 12 Sep 2015


Trudeau Won't Say Yay or Nay to Woodfibre LNG

Liberal leader talks up marine protection in West Van, but won't weigh in on riding's hot debate.

By Bob Mackin, 11 Sep 2015


BC Minister Bennett's Visit Fails to Ease Alaskans' Mining Concerns

Downstream salmon advocates renew call for international mine review.

By Judith Lavoie, 29 Aug 2015


LNG Project Would Affect 'Grand Central Station' for Salmon, Researchers Say

Science letter asks gov, industry to acknowledge 'full impacts' of BC project.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 13 Aug 2015


Enviro Assessment Review for Proposed $1.7-Billion LNG Plant Resumes

Woodfibre LNG approved to continue process after 40-day delay.

By Bob Mackin, 12 Aug 2015


The Earth's Battery Is Running Low

We've drained our planet's stored energy, scientists say, with no rechargeable plug in sight.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 10 Aug 2015