Tar Sands

Nika Knight, staff writer
Despite a devastating pipeline leak that flooded the North Saskatchewan River with 200,000 liters of tar sands crude last Thursday, Husky Energy waited until Monday to shut down the leaking pipeline. An executive with the oil behemoth said the company was "deeply sorry" for the incident while announcing the pipeline closure. The apology and...
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
Environmentalists and Indigenous rights advocates celebrated on Thursday after...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
A coal-fired power plant in Germany. (Photo: Guy Gorek/cc/flickr)
Turning their backs on climate science and the consensus of governments and...