Economic downturn in mining activity is devastating the communities of Labrador City and Wabush.
Private interests wanting to develop natural resources need to do more than “consult” with local residents — they need locals’ consent and approval
Enough is enough, coalition tells Petroleum Board
Citizen groups stress public pressure and diligence still needed to ensure process is transparent and truly independent
Members of the Newfoundland and Labrador Fracking Awareness Network gathered in Corner Brook Thursday to send a united message to the provincial government.
In the first of this 5-part series: What the North American Free Trade Agreement has taught us, and the implications of another treaty based on the neoliberal “free trade” ideology
Would industry be as quick to use natural ponds as tailings impoundments if they had to pay full market value?
Would you bother doing business with a government that shows it can’t be trusted?
If private companies want to use controversial practices to exploit oil and gas on the Island’s west coast they’re going to need a green light from the people who live there
The Zoot Pictures Inc. and CBC co-produced documentary ‘Shattered Ground’ explains the science behind the controversial method of natural gas extraction – hydraulic fracturing – and depicts the lives of individuals and communities impacted by its consequences.
The Canada-European Union free trade agreement is coming. Labrador and Newfoundland are both part of Canada. Sadly, but ultimately, Canada controls our fisheries.
While many are benefiting from the province’s move toward a full-on energy economy, there is little hope for future generations, who will wonder why we didn’t think of them by investing in a sustainable food secure and food sovereign future.
But ultimately, we’re all to blame.