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Lethbridge environmental group endorses 9 candidates for city council

SAGE endorses 2 mayoral candidates and 7 councillor candidates.

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Alberta has highest greenhouse gas emissions in Canada

And their emissions increased 17.4% between 2009 and 2019.

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Election 2021

Where I stand on climate change

A voter sent me the following question: I see you are taking some questions on your campaign positions and responding on your website. I’m wondering what your position is on climate change action. The recent IPCC report paints a dire picture of the need for immediate and significant action to keep from worsening the climate […]

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Federal Liberals to build 44 EV charging stations in Alberta

The federal government partnered with two energy companies to make the more than $750,000 investment possible.

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Canada’s moral obligation to pay foreign aid

Canada should spend money on people in Canada. But they absolutely should be spending money on countries elsewhere.

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UCP to turn ecologically sensitive area into a park

Last week, the provincial government announced plans for a provincial park in Edmonton. The new 68-hectare (168-acre) Big Island Provincial Park will be built in the southwest region of the city. To kickstart the establishment of the park, the province has promised nearly $300,000 for planning and engagement: $189,000 of it will go to Enoch […]

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Mikisew Cree First Nation gets Alberta to protect almost 150,000 hectares of forest

The provincial government announced nearly 150,000 in new parkland. This was made possible because of Indigenous advocacy.

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Alberta reinstates 1976 coal policy, continues mining coal

As of last February, there were still over 1,000 coal leases and over 500 coal lease applications active in Alberta.

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Pipeline spill of 400,000 litres of fracking wastewater enters Alberta creek

The company who operates the pipeline had seen 100 spills between 2015 and 2019.

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It cost Kenney $2.8B to get Trudeau to spend $1B on AB climate initiatives

But at least low-income Albertans get an extra 22 bucks a month.