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Katie Cuyler Alberta library archive

Librarian rushes to archive Alberta’s climate change data before change in government

Government librarian Katie Cuyler says industry experts and academics have requested she begin ‘guerrilla archiving’...

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‘It just takes too damn long’: How Canada’s law for protecting at-risk species is failing

It can take years for declining plant and animal species to make it on to...

Jason Kenney Andrew Scheer

What Alberta’s new UCP majority government means for the environment

Regulations and renewables are on the outs and battles with environmental groups are in, as...

West Moberly Chief Roland Willson

Caribou protection plan spawns racist backlash in northeast B.C.

Misinformation is running rampant, but Treaty 8 chiefs say the proposed plan for the Peace...

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Alberta: spending more than we really earn, since 1970

For the past four decades, the province has consistently spent more than it collects in...

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Alberta then and now: what’s changed since the last time we headed to the polls?

It already feels like forever ago, but the last time Albertans headed to the polls...

Wildwood Ecoforest

These Wildwood foresters are reimagining ways to harvest timber

In 1938 Merv Wilkinson bought a patch of land on Vancouver Island with intentions to...

Michelle Mungall electric vehicle announcement

B.C. to phase out gas-powered vehicles by 2040

Legislation will make British Columbia leading jurisdiction in North America

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Eight environmental issues at stake in the Alberta election (that are not pipelines)

From oilsands emissions to efficiency programs to Bighorn, major policies and promises that are critical...

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