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Stories by Elizabeth May

We need energy infrastructure in the national interest

Opinion|By Elizabeth May
A key piece of nation-building energy infrastructure is our east-west electricity grid. We need to be able to buy and sell electricity, not only north to south but across Canada.
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
Why is there no federal program to help business, homeowners and institutions— basically anyone with a roof—install solar panels? Where are the innovations to develop stored water systems for renewable energy storage?
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
The support for UNDRIP is historic and significant. Making that pledge more than window dressing on a continuation of colonial policies is the challenge.
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
The minister has said things are on track to replace the F-18s, but we have not heard a clear commitment to reject the F-35s.
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
From the commitment right out the gate to bring forward legislation on medically-assisted dying and to legalizing marijuana, Health Minister Jane Philpott is sailing into some strong headwinds. Add the negotiation of a new Health Accord, responding effectively to the horrific suicide epidemic in some indigenous communities and the plan to bulk buy prescription drugs, and she might regret having won her seat at all.
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
In 2016, there is no economic strategy that does not start with the fundamental question: does this investment help us get off fossil fuels?
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
Canada still has a far more cost-effective and compassionate health-care system than our neighbours south of the border. It is no longer enough to watch its decline. It is time to reverse it.
Opinion|By Elizabeth May
The door has opened for the first time in a long time to rid the world of the consistently perverse non-trade aspect of all new trade deals—the so-called 'investor-state agreement.'
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