The first ministers’ meeting should signal the start of this race to the top, a clean and honest race, with the provinces paving the way for innovative climate policies and the federal government bringing stragglers into the race by using its jurisdictional and spending powers to deploy those policies nationally. It is time that we all flex our imagination and clean...
By Kim Perrotta and Granger Avery
Special to The Globe and Mail
Published Friday, Oct. 28, 2016 8:09PM EDT
Kim Perrotta is executive director, Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) and Dr. Granger Avery is president, Canadian Medical Association (CMA).
Response to: "Mulroney urges Trudeau to take personal charge of Energy East project", by Robert Fife, published September 13, 2016
In yesterday's Globe and Mail, Robert Fife published the plea by former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "take personal charge" of the Energy East project.
We are of the opinion that Prime...
The Right Honourable Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada
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Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0A2
September 1, 2016
Dear Prime Minister Trudeau,
The Globe and Mail’s June 10th editorial argued that Ontario’s climate strategy should be boiled down to one, and only one, measure: putting a price on carbon. We strongly disagree.
May 16, 2016, Ottawa – Équiterre welcomes today the news released by the Globe and Mail of the Government of Ontario’s ambitious climate plan including $7 billion investment in climate-friendly measures.
The new programs will be paid for out of revenue from the province’s upcoming cap-and-trade system.These investments and Ontario’s cap-and-trade system...
Montreal, April 14 - The third contribution to the Fifth Assessment Report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) on mitigating climate change reveals that it is possible to greatly reduce our greenhouse gas emissions to levels that would limit temperature increase on the planet.
Montreal, April 21th, 2013 - More than 50 000 citizens gathered today in Downtown Montreal to signify their opposition to the pipeline projects that would bring, for the first time, tars sands oil to Quebec. The Walk for Earth focused on these themes: fossil fuels, the fight against climate change and the rights of future generations. It was part of a larger North American...
Montréal, November 2, 2012 – Steven Guilbeault, cofounder and deputy executive director of Équiterre, today received the prestigious Médaille de l’Université de Montréal. During the official ceremony, Mr. Giovanni De Paoli, dean of the university’s Faculty of Environmental Design, highlighted Mr. Guilbeault’s strong support for and dedication to the...