A new regime of direct federal control over inland waterways, imposed by fiat from Ottawa, is about to descend on the Prairies.
The federal and provincial governments share jurisdiction for the management of some natural resources and the environment.
With an average annual rainfall of 33 feet, Link Lake in British Columbia sends enough water into the Pacific Ocean to meet all of California’s water needs for the next 20 years, according to widely published estimates in the Canadian press.
We’ve been hearing a lot of guff about “Franken-foods”, the anti-science crowd’s moniker for Genetically Modified Organisms. They claim that foodstuffs improved in the laboratory will turn us all into creatures from the Black Lagoon.
Chances are you’ve never heard of John Christy. That’s somewhat amazing, because Christy, a director of the Earth System Science Centre at the University of Alabama at Huntsville, is one of the world’s most respected climatology experts.
A new research paper belies the contention that the world is warming at all, and contradicts the notion that human activity might be responsible for climate change at all.
While politically incorrect to discuss, water exports should be explored since it could mean substantial benefits to Canada