Damian Carrington
People born today will suffer many more extreme heat waves and other climate disasters over their lifetimes than their grandparents. Photo by Tucker Tangeman / Unsplash

October 4th 2021

This story was originally published by The Guardian and appears here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.


Oct 2, 2021

*The Australien Government has made an ad for its new AUKUS military
alliance, and it’s surprisingly honest and informative *

Watch here:

Gilbert Achcar

A thought-provoking article. Gene McGuckin

Aug. 23, 2021

Sami Grover
cyclists - Bo Zaunders/Getty Images

Sept. 6, 2021

Two seemingly contradictory statements offer an argument familiar to many.


Cloe Logan
A wildfire rages in Coldstream, B.C., on July 9, 2021. Photo courtesy of @ItsGavP

September 29th 2021

For Gordon Murray, the loss of his home during this summer’s wildfire in Lytton shows the British Columbia government isn’t doing enough to curb the climate crisis.

“I still taste smoke from the firestorm that erased our house and 90 per cent of Lytton as we fled that unexpected and unstoppable manifestation of the human-caused climate emergency,” said Murray.

Brett Forester
 Spirit Bear - Advocates for First Nations kids have secured yet another victory in an ongoing human rights complaint about systemic discrimination. Photo: APTN

Sep 29, 2021

Canada has lost every battle so far in 14-year-old court fight that isn’t over yet

The Federal Court has upheld a trailblazing Canadian Human Rights Tribunal order requiring Ottawa to pay potentially billions of dollars to thousands of First Nations kids and families who suffered discrimination by the state.

Justice Paul Favel also upheld a separate tribunal order that said the federal government must consider some non-status First Nations kids eligible for the Jordan’s Principle program.

Alex Cosh
Maxime Bernier/Facebook.

Sept. 28, 2021

“The COVID conspiracy movement and the far-right are not happy with Erin O'Toole. So this time around, many more of them decided they weren't going to vote strategically, and they were going to vote for the PPC.”

Sarah Zagoda, the NDP candidate in the Alberta riding of Banff-Airdrie for the 2021 election, had multiple encounters with members of the far-right People’s Party of Canada during the campaign period.



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