October 1, 2006

Improving Canada’s climate change performance

In the late 1980s, mounting evidence that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions released by human activity were adversely affecting the global climate started putting pressure on governments to control their...

Katherine Cinq-Mars
October 1, 2006

Massive power in a tiny beetle

This summer, I had the holiday opportunity to drive through a good deal of British Columbia, and I was struck as always by the awe- inspiring scenery. This year,...

October 1, 2006

Remembering Robert Bourassa

Ten years ago, on October 2, 1996, former Quebec pre- mier Robert Bourassa passed away. To the political and journalistic world, it marked the end of an era and...

October 1, 2006

Waiting for Conservative trade policy

To date Canadians know little of the trade policy of the Harper government beyond the settlement on softwood lumber it has secured with the United States. Trade policy is...

Michael Hart, Bill Dymond
October 1, 2006

Silence, on se bat !

La guerre et la démocratie n’ont jamais fait bon ménage. Dans des termes maintes fois répétés depuis, le sénateur californien Hiram Johnson observait en 1917 que « quand arrive...

Alain Noà«l
October 1, 2006

Quand la beauté du monde ne suffit pas

Je vous écris du plus bel endroit de la Terre. Je vous écris de l’Antarctique, le dernier continent vierge de la plané€te. Un continent qui n’a pas encore été conquis,...

Jean Lemire