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An environmental group is raising pollution concerns about Cameco's uranium mining in northern Saskatchewan to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. But Cameco says the Sierra Club's allegations that it massively exceeded regulatory limits are
Featured Video Close More Video Early results from government tests on dead bees this spring and summer show levels of controversial pesticides are comparable with those detected last year, when Health Canada declared a link between the seed-coating
Last spring, Paul Beckwith of Sierra Club Canada predicted that the Arctic seas would be ice-free ice this summer. (So did Britain's BBC network) This exciting adventure opportunity attracted a variety of yachts, sailboats, rowboats, and kayaks
Europe Canadian Press Video Video One of the most significant changes was to remove the broad protections that covered all fish habitats and to specify the law would now prohibit only serious harm to fish that are part of a commercial, recreational
Video video The group will comprise beekeepers, farmers, people in agri-business and scientists as well as staff from federal and provincial agencies. It will meet this month and provide recommendations by next spring, the government said.
Christine Cornege/New Zealand Herald, via Associated Press Drought in New Zealand. Just days after World Water Day , the Canadian government quietly acknowledged last week that it had dropped out of the United Nations anti-drought convention. The
The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Mar. 19 2013, 9:26 PM EDT Last updated Tuesday, Mar. 19 2013, 9:26 PM EDT A prestigious German research centre has declared a moratorium on oil sands environmental work amid fears that its reputation could be
Week ahead Energy Energy The most often cited reasons for Canada's performance include sound home mortgage practices and prudent federal fiscal management. While those factors were crucial in the early days of the financial crisis, they don't explain
An environmental coalition will Thursday attempt to push protection of the Great Bear Rainforest onto the already crowded election agenda, issuing open letters to B.C.'s main political leaders, calling for more immediate action. The people of British
One of Canada's largest environmentalist organizers will decide later this month whether to drop its prohibition against civil disobedience and if the Sierra Club of Canada takes that step the first target will be proposed oilsands pipelines to the B.