The Manitoba Government Has Its Head Stuck in the Sand When it Comes to Protecting the Source of Southeastern Manitoba’s Drinking Water

A version of this article was printed by the Winnipeg Free Press September 21, 2021 By Don Sullivan

The Automatic Trigger For an Environmental Review Not so Automatic

Image credit: Discover the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada video

Regulator’s failure puts water at risk

First published in the Winnipeg Free Press May 19, 2021 By Don Sullivan

Time is Now for 2020 Vision: Need Manitoba Climate & Social Action Budget

Transportation Equity & the Low Income Bus Pass

Presentation to the City of Winnipeg Council

Canadian Premium Sand Frac Sand Mining Project About to Hit Financial Wall

By Don Sullivan

UNSPUN 2019: Green New Deal Not Reflected in Provincial Party Platforms – Yet

By Molly McCracken

UNSPUN 2019: What About the Environment?

By Heather Fast and Glen Koroluk

Changes in practices necessary, if serious about reconciliation

By Anne Lindsey Offer money to leaders in a cash-poor community to gain support for a resource extraction project. Publicly shun and disenfranchise individuals who don’t agree. Deceive people into signing their support without full information. Divide the …

Green New Deal Needed in Canada Too

By Hannah Muhajarine First it was 44 million, then 66 million and now 78 million tonnes of C02: every year Environment Canada increases the amount by which Canada is projected to miss its Paris Agreement target [i]. “Transitions …