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.
Why are Canadian cities expected to do so much with so little? Let’s open up both angles, how they do things and the resources available.
Dramatic human progress in health and living standards has been led by technological advances of modern medicine and vaccines, electricity and the microchip. The prime driver of these advances has been economic freedom which has encouraged, supported, and rewarded innovation.
Three of the four methods of measuring global temperature show no signs of global warming. This study suggests that land based temperature measurements are skewed by the “urban heat island” effect.
As spring snow fell outside her office in Saskatoon, Nettie Wiebe, a farmer, professor and long-time political activist, was musing about an agricultural apocalypse.
Recent writings about desperation in rural Manitoba made me want to cry or, alternately, ask my neighbours, “Will the last one to leave turn out the lights?” The bleak picture portrayed has some truth but other futures are possible. Here’s …
The replacement of standardized tests with internal assessments represents a retreat from accountability by the public school system, and helps nobody, including teachers.