Environment

opinion

'Dear Cyberstalker' (An Arrested Kinder Morgan Protester Writes)

Ten responses to the trolls at #BurnabyMountain.

By J.B. MacKinnon, Today


news

The 'Jobs or Environment' Choice Is 'False' Says Mega-Union

The question divides progressive voters. In Canada's 2015 election, can Unifor unite them?

By Geoff Dembicki, Today


news

A Tyee Kinder Morgan Reader

With strife on Burnaby Mountain rising, a sampler of a decade's reporting on the US pipeline giant.

By David P. Ball, Today


opinion

On Burnaby Mountain, Confronting the Gorilla

Why I rose before dawn to join protesters against Kinder Morgan's proudly heavy 'footprint'.

By John Vaillant, 22 Nov 2014


blogs

VIEW: To prevent future Mt. Polleys, BC must restore its professional public service

By Scott McCannell, 20 Nov 2014


news

An Engineer's Idea to Prevent Future Mount Polleys

Jack Caldwell says peer review process, convened by firms during a mine's life, could avert disaster.

By David P. Ball, 20 Nov 2014


blogs

Keystone a forest killer: Tyee contributing editor Nikiforuk in New York Times

By David Beers, 18 Nov 2014


national

Alberta Landowner Appeals Constitutional Issue in Fracking Case

Jessica Ernst aims to challenge regulator immunity in Canada's highest court.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 15 Nov 2014


blogs

VIEW: Jumbo, a 'town' with no residents can't participate in municipal election

By Gerry Taft, 12 Nov 2014


news

Burrard Inlet Binoculars Imagine Oil-Slicked Disaster

Group's 'guerilla art' installation injects some virtual reality into Saturday's municipal elections.

By David P. Ball, 12 Nov 2014


culture

One Day in 'Great Bear Wild'

Soak up the sights, sounds and scents and of salmon season in BC's fiercest landscape. Excerpt from Ian McAllister's new book.

By Ian McAllister, 8 Nov 2014


opinion

Latest UN Climate Report Spells out Tough Work Ahead

And the world's eyes are on carbon-spewing Canada. Your move, Harper.

By Nick Fillmore, 5 Nov 2014


blogs

VIEW: Energy executive blasts Kinder Morgan review as 'fraudulent,' quits

By Marc Eliesen, 3 Nov 2014


opinion

Fresh off Title Victory, Tsilhqot'in Unveil Tribal Park

First Nation shows it now intends to drive decision-making in its traditional territory.

By Mitchell Anderson, 3 Nov 2014


news

In Polley's Wake, Downstream Alaska Fears BC's Mining Boom

Tag along with the fishermen whose livelihood depends on watersheds that cross borders.

By Christopher Pollon, 1 Nov 2014


opinion

I Was a Climate Change Denier

After years trapped in a 'skeptic' loop, my path to evidence-based freedom.

By Kasra Hassani, 1 Nov 2014


news

'Difficult' Oil Faces Difficult Future, Predict New Reports

Why the forecast for extreme hydrocarbons may be shorter than advertised.

By Andrew Nikiforuk, 31 Oct 2014


opinion

Greetings, from the Balmy Tarsands

Join Ian Gill as he spends a weekend hiking (and mildly trespassing) through the Fort McMurray projects.

By Ian Gill, 30 Oct 2014


news

A Tyee Series

What the 1970s Can Teach Us about Inventing a New Economy

A Hawaiian futurist recalls the two years he spent trying to end consumerism in Canada.

By Geoff Dembicki, 27 Oct 2014


news

Danger Adrift: Fed Panel Warned of Simushir Scenario in 2013

Under cross-exam, shipping safety expert admitted flaws in data backing Enbridge case for Northern Gateway.

By David P. Ball, 22 Oct 2014