John Woodside
Trudeau at climate summit

Sept. 21, 2023

Speaking at the Climate Ambition Summit in New York City on Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was grilled for Canada’s massive oil and gas expansion at a time when climate science demands fossil fuels be rapidly phased out.

John Woodside
Premier Danielle Smith answers questions during Calgary Economic Development’s Report to the Community event at the Telus Convention Centre on Tuesday, April 18, 2023. Photo by Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta

Sept.1, 2023

"One of the biggest stories in the country right now is the blowback Ottawa is getting from the provinces over policies with high public support (like oil and gas emissions cap). Fossil fuel captured provinces are at war over climate policy."  John Woodside - Twitter

Amanda Stephenson The Canadian Press

Aug. 29, 2023

Trans Mountain facing intense deadline pressure to finish pipeline on time: Documents

CALGARY - New documents suggest the Crown corporation behind the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is facing an uphill battle to finish the project on schedule in spite of mounting internal and external pressure to do so.

Jamie Sandison
My analysis of data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reveals a staggering revelation — more than 150 monthly temperature records have been broken across Canada this year. Photo by Shutterstock

Aug. 28, 2023

Over the past five years, I have closely followed the signals of climate change, deciphering their significance through the frequency of temperature records and the escalating intensity of wildfires.

At the beginning of July, I mapped out record temperatures that resulted in devastating wildfires in B.C., Alberta and Nova Scotia. It showed record heat that intensified in May and June.


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