What’s under that Petro-Canada station, you say?

In our latest newsletter, we look at how one family’s attempt to make ends meet...


Trans Mountain investigation concludes consultant not linked to terrorist Proud Boys

The pipeline company owned by the federal government says the individual was not associated with...


Canada is leaving communities in the dark about the risks and costs of climate disasters

A new report finds the federal government isn’t doing enough to act on or disclose...

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‘We need to learn to do things faster’: Canada’s new environment minister talks climate — and compromise

From overseeing 2030 targets to phasing out fossil fuel subsidies, Steven Guilbeault has been tasked...


‘Safely, I swear’: a bicycle ride, a minister and a sleepy dog

In our latest newsletter, reporter Emma McIntosh recalls how her interview with Ontario Environment Minister...

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The ‘new’ face of environmental racism in Quebec

The provincial government’s recent decision to postpone caribou recovery efforts jeopardizes Indigenous Rights and lives

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A Petro-Canada gas station polluted their land decades ago — they’re still fighting to get it cleaned up

Across Alberta, underground storage tanks have contaminated properties, often rendering neighbouring land nearly worthless. Finding...


Saskatchewan government’s lack of action is an implicit denial of climate change

As Canadians confronted the realities of climate change in 2021 — from heat domes to...


David Piccini says Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives can lead on climate. Will voters believe him?

Ontario’s youngest-ever environment minister is heading into an election where he’ll have to prove his...


Lakes are losing their ice cover faster than ever — here’s what that means for us

Climate change is shortening the season when lakes are frozen over, and some of the...


On Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, the Kenhté:ke Seed Sanctuary preserves not just plants, but culture and language, too

The Kenhté:ke Seed Sanctuary is in the heart of Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory, just west of...


Humanizing the workforce: how we went behind the scenes to tell the story of the migrants growing Canada’s produce

Anonymous tips, access to information requests, trips to crowded bunkhouses: these are just some of...

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