Fewer young Canadians, who are not full-time students, are working in full-time jobs today than in 1976. People march in Montreal on Oct. 15 demanding a $15 minimum hourly working wage in the province of Quebec and across Canada.
ETOBICOKE, ON, Dec. 5, 2016 /CNW/ - Investing in infrastructure to support the move to a cleaner transportation system will make it easier for Canadians to choose low-carbon vehicles while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and creating middle-class ...
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe chairman Dave Archambault, who has been at the centre of a contentious pipeline debate in North Dakota, says he's willing to support future pipeline fights - including those in Canada.
Carbon pollution from key sources in British Columbia will increase until 2030 and remain above current levels until at least 2050, confounding the province's efforts to be a leader in combatting climate change, a new study warns.
The Saskatchewan Environmental Society is calling on the provincial government for a third-party investigation into the Husky oil spill.