Video: 46 secs. Listen to this heartfelt and informative message from science broadcastet and environmental activist. David Suzuki about casting your vote on Monday.
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The 2019 Federal Election marks an extraordinary moment in history when the threatening crisis of Climate Change has gained world-wide attention. We compiled a series of questions to consider before heading to the polls on Monday. Are you ready to stand up to Major Parties who attempt to sway voters by spinning the “Wasted Vote ...
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Ajay Parasram, Dalhousie University NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh broke a cardinal rule of Canadian politics recently when he dropped the “c” word — coalition. Although coalitions are healthy, democratic and quite common around the world, Canada’s two biggest political parties use it as a blunt object to scare voters. Canada has been governed by Liberals ...
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Joseph Bennett, Carleton University and Steven J. Cooke, Carleton University The natural environment is fundamental to Canada’s national identity — look no further than the polar bear and caribou on the change in your pocket. Canadians often point to nature as the best thing about Canada. The science, however, is unequivocal: the natural environments that ...
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by Hans Tammemagi Originally Published in BC Magazine The Vancouver Island Forest Offers an Education in Eco-Forestry An  enchanting  forest  called  Wildwood  Ecoforest,  south of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island, has tall old-growth douglas-firs soaring into the sky, the rat-a-tatting of pileated woodpeckers echoing through the trees  and  emerald-green moss blanketing the ground.  Surprisingly,  this magnificent  ...
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By Clive Langton Duration: 7:25 mins. Clive Langton, Co-Host, YourGreenRx.com discusses the “Wasted Vote Myth” and strategic voting in anticipation of the Canadian Federal Election this Fall. Video: 7:25 mins.
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By Clive Langton, Co-Host, YourGreenRx Andrew Weaver has just announced that he will resign as Provincial Green Party leader and will be leaving politics when the next provincial election is held in 2021. Andrew helped build the Green Party momentum in BC politics, since he was elected the first Green Party politician in British Columbia, ...
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Ryan Calder, Duke University September saw the scheduled flooding at the Muskrat Falls hydroelectric facility in Labrador, with the first power from the facility set to start this fall. The $12.7 billion provincial investment in green energy has driven Newfoundland and Labrador to the verge of bankruptcy and made a global exhibition of Canada’s natural ...
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By Guy Allan, Retired geological engineer with extensive experience in the oilfields of Alberta and Saskatchewan. In Southern British Columbia, we have a potential environmental disaster on the horizon. A direct transfer coal terminal is planned to be built in Surrey on the banks of the Fraser River. Trains carrying coal from the US will ...
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Greta Thunberg and George Monbiot present effective ways to address the Climate Crisis. Trees are Nature’s defense mechanism. Don’t miss this remarkable short film that will inform and inspire you! Video: 3:40 min.
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