All posts in Environment

March 17, 2018, by Tracy Glynn

Stanley – About 250 people filled the Upper Nashwaak Lion’s Club on Thursday night to hear from federal government representatives and the Sisson Partnership on the mining company’s plan to […]

Council of Canadians supports Wolastoq camp, opposes Schedule 2 exemption for Sisson mine

March 9, 2018, by Brent Patterson

The Council of Canadians is against the proposed Northcliff Resources Sisson mine that was approved by the Trudeau government in June 2017. Sisson is ...

Hayes Urban Teaching Farm shows that NB’s economic future can be bright

February 12, 2018, by Edee Klee

Today’s news announced that New Brunswick may actually be in last place for economic growth. Cue online comment sections crammed with cynicisms ...

Indigenous historian urges scrapping investments in fossil fuels

February 10, 2018, by Bruce Wark

The campaign to get Mount Allison University to pull its investments from big fossil fuel companies got a boost this week from a Lakota historian who ...

  • Energy East is dead — here’s the real reason why
    October 21, 2017, by Andrea Harden-Donahue and Maude Barlow

    Were it not the failings of the National Energy Board and the newly proposed climate test, it would have been the protection of drinking water, Indigenous rights and community opposition […]