Environmental spending in Canada must be directed to solving real environmental issues and away from activities that generate merely process and consultation.
Increasing North American beef consumption supports extensive cattle ranching which, by the way, is a very environmentally sound form of food production.
An analysis of why the west side transmission line in Manitoba is sub-optimal environmental and energy policy.
Environmental policies must reflect the uncertainty inherent in science and new information that is always being collected.
A Snapshot of Property Rights Protection in Canada After 10 years
The writ has been dropped and Albertans are off to the polls on May 29. That leaves just four weeks for political leaders and voters to sort out what is arguably the most divisive, yet significant, issue for this election - health care. On Day 2, NDP leader Rachel...
An urbanized environmental policy neglects environmental issues outside of cities.
The Honourable John Baird, Minister of the Environment, announced today the appointment of Robert A. Dubé, Robert Sopuck, and Donald F. MacKinnon to the National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy (NRTEE). These appointments are effective immediately.
A sentimental naïvety is no substitute for the hard calculation of costs and benefits. Organic farming on a wide scale would entail more environment destruction than it’s worth.
Do we have to wreck our prosperous economy in order to secure the value of a clean environment? Environmental extremists must recognize that when governments use sledgehammers to accomplish laudatory goals, they do more harm than good.
The transformation of the ice bear into an icon to justify new regulations has more to do with politics than real environmental danger. Inuit communities are managing the species at a very high standard.
The new Conservative government is uniquely positioned to forge a new, modern environmentalism.
Environmental policy is no longer the purview of statists and interventionists. A new view that puts human needs in the equation is emerging.
Canada is finally moving towards an environmental policy for farmers that works, because it respects their rights.
The recent revelations from the Gomery Inquiry are causing me great concern, but not for the usual reasons. We should all feel outraged at the waste of taxpayers’ money for dubious purposes but, hey, governments are always wasting money. The real problem is the...