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emissions- Kathryn Harrison, Professor of Political Science, University of British Columbia

The federal carbon tax is now in effect in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and New Brunswick. The tax increases the cost of fossil fuels in order to reduce consumption, thus lowering Canada’s carbon emissions.

Many Canadians are confused about the carbon tax and how it will...

money bagGreen Party of Ontario Leader, Mike Schreiner, will be introducing a bill to eliminate cash-for-access fundraising in Ontario today, an effort to get big money out of politics and tighten election finance laws that were loosened by the Conservatives in the fall.

“Cash-for-access events have no...

brownfieldsThe Green Party of Ontario wants the province to restore funding for brownfield remediation in this Thursday’s budget to make abandoned land available for affordable housing.

“I hear over and over again from municipalities that brownfields are a bottleneck to...

studentssaynoprotestWe, the provincial organizers of Students Say No, felt it necessary to release an official statement to Doug Ford, Lisa Thompson, and the Ford government as a whole in response to their disrespectful, dismissive, and completely false allegations about the origins of our movement.

Students Say No was founded by Natalie Moore, a grade 12 student from the Avon Maitland District School Board in rural Ontario (the education minister’s own riding).




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