Wealthy Countries Fail To Muster Promised Funds To Assist Poorer Countries In Fight Against Global Warming
Wealthy countries have failed to deliver on their promise to provide US$100 billion per year to help poor countries combat the effects of global warming and reduce climate-altering greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Alberta’s ‘Open For Summer’ Policy Pushed The Province’s Health System To Collapse. Here Are The People Responsible
The fourth wave of COVID-19 in Alberta has seen the most ICU admissions throughout the pandemic, hitting a high of 268 on Sept. 28, which forced hospitals to send patients elsewhere for treatment and delayed non-COVID related surgeries.
Business Lobbyists Pressure B.C. NDP Government To Halt Upcoming Paid Sick Leave Legislation
Big business lobbyists with long track records of opposing initiatives designed to protect workers are pushing hard to block or delay the upcoming legislation.
Planned Global Fossil-Fuel Production ‘Dangerously Out Of Sync’ With Climate Goals, UN Report Warns
Countries around the world — including Canada — are planning to produce more than double the amount of fossil fuels by 2030 than would be consistent with limiting average global temperature increases to 1.5 degrees celsius.
Scott Moe Apologizes For Lack Of Healthcare Access Amid Saskatchewan’s Deadly COVID-19 Fourth Wave
Moe issued the apology on CBC’s The Morning Edition radio show after the Sask. Party government announced that six COVID-19 patients were being sent to Ontario for treatment.
Citizen Complaint Filed Against Halifax Police Over Tactics Used During Destruction Of Homeless Shelter
The formal complaint relates to officers failing to identify themselves and using excessive force when they used pepper spray and riot gear against protesters who were defending the shelter.
Restaurant Workers Face Racism, Sexual Harassment And Abuse While Enforcing Vaccine Passport Rules
A majority of workers in the accommodation and food services industry in 2020 were women, and workers in the sector made an average hourly wage of $17.07, the lowest of any sector.
Can We Build A Publicly Owned Alternative To Facebook?
"Part of the solution, I think, is a requirement that Facebook be more transparent about its algorithm, and there be some regulation.”
Civil Rights Group Files Lawsuit Against Federal Government Over Solitary Confinement Of Prisoners
In 2018, the B.C. Supreme Court struck down federal solitary confinement laws as unconstitutional because they discriminated against Indigenous inmates and those with mental illnesses.
$2,225 Per Month Is ‘Affordable’ Rent in Montreal, According To The Federal Government
The CMHC has granted more than $350 million in low-interest loans to Quebec real estate developers on condition they rent a portion of their units at an 'affordable' rate, La Presse reports.