Guest Opinion: Canada following the wrong ’emissions’ example

Article content The Trudeau government, like other governments in the World Trade Organization/G8 orbit, has set Canada on an ambitious path to neutralize the impact on the global climate by 2050. Article content By that arbitrary date, Canada will theoretically have regulated itself to a point where the emissions of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere […]

Russia’s Putin grows ‘desperate’ but world is not backing down on Ukraine: Guilbeault – National |

Russian President Vladimir Putin is growing “desperate” in his war against Ukraine but Canada and its allies won’t be distracted from supporting the eastern European country or from working together on pressing global priorities like climate change, says Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault. Guilbeault spoke with journalists while in New York City for the United Nations […]

U of S researcher tracks impact of Saskatoon’s growth on wildlife

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News Young Innovators: “We are currently in a global biodiversity crisis, as every year, more and more species become extinct.” University of Saskatchewan PhD candidate Katie Harris at one of her project’s wildlife monitoring sites in Saskatoon. Supplied photo Article content The growth of a city inevitably means transforming natural environments […]