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37 Million Bees Found Dead in Canada After Large GMO Crop Planting -
World  (tags: ecosystems, bees, gmos, canada, pesticides )

Rose
- 42 days ago - naturalsociety.com
The makers of neonicotinoids, the bee-killing insecticide that was banned all over Europe, won't be able to refute this latest -
Canada Accused of Failing to Prevent Overseas Mining Abuses
World  (tags: human rights, indigenous righrts, world, Canada, government, abuse, abuses )

Cal
- 49 days ago - ipsnews.net
The Canadian government is failing either to investigate or to hold the country's massive extractives sector accountable for rights abuses committed in Latin American countries, according to petitioners who testified here Tuesday before an international t
Canada Says It Will Move Soon on Tough Anti-Terrorism Legislation
World  (tags: anti=terrorism laws, world, Canada, politics, freedoms, GoodNews, 'CIVILLIBERTIES!' )

Cal
- 57 days ago - globalpost.com
Canada was jolted by a fatal hit-and-run attack on a soldier in Quebec on Monday and by the shooting death of a second soldier at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Wednesday.
By the Numbers: How Canada's Gun Laws Compare With Ours
World  (tags: Canada, Ottawa, Shootings, Gun Control, US, Comparison )

Brian
- 58 days ago - takepart.com
"Despite two shootings in Canada, gun violence is rare for our northern neighbors." Be sure to click through to sign the petition accompanying the article.
Ottawa Shooting: Canadian Parliament in Lockdown
World  (tags: Canada, Ottawa, Parliament, War Memorial, soldier killed, suspect killed, Kevin Vickers, Sergeant at Arms, Terrorism )

Brian
- 59 days ago - bbc.com
"There have been two shooting incidents in Ottawa - at the National War Memorial and inside parliament."
Shots Fired at Canadian War Memorial, Parliament; Soldier Killed, Police Scouring Downtown Ottawa
World  (tags: Shooting, Ottawa, Canada, Parliament, War Memorial, Soldier Killed, Terrorism )

Brian
- 59 days ago - washingtonpost.com
"A soldier was killed during a shooting at Canada's National War Memorial on Wednesday morning, which was followed quickly by additional gunfire inside the nearby Parliament, according to police."
Canada Parliament Shooting: One Suspect Confirmed Dead, City Still Under Lockdown (TEXT and VIDEO)
World  (tags: Canada, terrorist attack, Ottawa, National War Memorial, Parliament Hill, news, violence, society, world )

Carrie
- 59 days ago - theglobeandmail.com
The attack on Parliament Hill's Centre Block and the National War Memorial has left one Canadian soldier and one male suspect dead.
Canada's Intelligence Services Intensive Spying On Environmentalists
World  (tags: Canada, Domestic Spying, Environmentalists, Petroleum Industry )

Brian
- 76 days ago - popularresistance.org
"The association also wanted to know why -- and under what authority -- CSIS has shared intelligence with the petroleum industry, as well as copies of any notes, transcripts or recordings it has passed along."
Canada Is The Only UN Member To Reject Landmark Indigenous Rights Document
World  (tags: Canada, United Nations, World Conference, Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Rights, Stephen Harper, Prime Minister )

Brian
- 78 days ago - huffingtonpost.ca
"The well-being gap between aboriginal and non-aboriginal people in Canada has not narrowed over the past several years; treaty and aboriginal claims remain persistently unresolved; indigenous women and girls remain vulnerable to abuse..."
Stop The TPP And TTIP - Petition
World  (tags: TPP, TTIP, Australia, Canada, Philip Morris, Eli Lilly, Petition )

Dandelion
- 137 days ago - action.sumofus.org
Tobacco giant Philip Morris is suing Australia for billions of dollars in lost profits because the government took action to reduce teenage smoking. Eli Lilly is suing Canada, just because Canada has laws to keep essential drugs affordable.
A Year After the Explosion, Lac-MéGantic Rebuilds
World  (tags: world, politics, Quebec, train explosion, Canada, rebuilding )

Cal
- 170 days ago - macleans.ca
One year after the tragic train derailment and explosion, the tiny Quebec town struggles to find hope
Camille Labchuk: Fossil Fuels, Toxic Waste Moving By Rail Through Our Own Backyards
World  (tags: Canada, Rail Safety, Fossil Fuels, Chemicals, Toxic Waste, Trains, Oil, Camille Labchuk, Green Party of Canada, Parti Vert du Canada, Toronto )

Brian
- 183 days ago - greenparty.ca
"We don't have the infrastructure to treat train cars like pipelines, and the government has never done a proper risk assessment of moving this amount of crude oil through a densely populated city like Toronto."
Fields of Gold ... or Plains of Ruin? The Debate Over Genetically Modified Seeds in Alberta Rages on
World  (tags: Canada, Alberta, GMO, Genetic Modification, Agriculture, Popular Resistance )

Brian
- 187 days ago - edmontonjournal.com
"Genetic modification has been a polarizing issue since genetically modified seeds were first approved and planted in Canada in the mid-1990s."
Canada and Australia: Working Together to Thwart Action on Climate
World  (tags: Canada, Stephen Harper, Australia, Tony Abbott, Climate Denial, Regressive Politicians, Corporate Agenda )

Brian
- 190 days ago - greenpeace.org
"Our world doesn't need more climate denial and it doesn't need more regressive politicians who would rather accelerate the problem than fix it."
Attacking the Supreme Court, the Conservatives Sink to a New Low
World  (tags: Canada, Harper, Beverley McLachlin, SCOC, ethics, conflict )

Lynn
- 226 days ago - theglobeandmail.com
Mr. Harper, in one of his Nixonian moments in which he sees enemies everywhere, impugned the integrity of Beverley McLachlin, Chief Justice of the [SCOC]. ... a staple of Republican Party tactics in the United States. Canadian courts had been spared...
 

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