Environmental Implications of British Columbia’s Natural Gas Industry

As the world grapples with accelerated climate change, consumer expectations have quickly shifted towards embracing sustainability, causing major market disruptions for nearly every industry. This is encouraging, as it shows that sustainability has finally entered mainstream discourse. The growing consumer emphasis on environmental preservation has catalyzed numerous positive changes, but it has also provided opportunitiesContinue reading “Environmental Implications of British Columbia’s Natural Gas Industry”

Underwhelming Renewable Energy Investments by Trudeau’s Liberals

After nearly 10 years of the Harper government’s “all-in-approach” on fossil fuel development, the election of Justin Trudeau’s Liberals was seen as an exciting opportunity and step forward for the green economy in Canada. Expectations ran high as Trudeau emphasized balancing the economy and environment, with signature promises being made such as the phasing outContinue reading “Underwhelming Renewable Energy Investments by Trudeau’s Liberals”

How Information Technologies are Degrading Liberty

In the last two decades, Canada has undergone a rapid economic transformation embracing technological innovation. Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are now ubiquitous with Western businesses, governments, and consumers. This embrace of technology has enabled opportunities for improved efficiency, personalization, and communication in the economy; yet, simultaneously, it has facilitated the growth of new threats.Continue reading “How Information Technologies are Degrading Liberty”

Canada Should Abandon the Trans Mountain Expansion

The Trans Mountain expansion project (TMX) has been at the forefront of contemporary Canadian political debate; dividing the country and escalating disputes between Provinces. The controversy surrounding the project, which was proposed in December 2013, highlights the electorate’s growing emphasis on balancing environmental and economic concerns. Does the TMX achieve this balance? Definitely not. Primarily,Continue reading “Canada Should Abandon the Trans Mountain Expansion”