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Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | January 25, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government needs to quickly implement a package of policies that ensure our banks and pension funds stop profiting from climate disaster and instead invest in a positive future for us all, writes Tim Gray. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | January 25, 2023
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | January 25, 2023
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government needs to quickly implement a package of policies that ensure our banks and pension funds stop profiting from climate disaster and instead invest in a positive future for us all, writes Tim Gray. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | March 14, 2022
A view of the oil sands in Fort McMurray, Alta., pictured in 2012. Suggesting that Canadian crude make up the market gap of Russian oil is remarkably uninformed about the realities of oil production and oil markets, writes Tim Gray. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | March 14, 2022
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | March 14, 2022
A view of the oil sands in Fort McMurray, Alta., pictured in 2012. Suggesting that Canadian crude make up the market gap of Russian oil is remarkably uninformed about the realities of oil production and oil markets, writes Tim Gray. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | October 5, 2020
A Shell Oil gas station near the interchange of California State Route 46 and Interstate 5 near Lost Hills, Calif. CAPP has supported developing low-carbon technology and selling natural gas, but it has been opposed to a carbon tax and hasn’t offered a complete endorsement of the Paris Climate accord. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | October 5, 2020
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | October 5, 2020
A Shell Oil gas station near the interchange of California State Route 46 and Interstate 5 near Lost Hills, Calif. CAPP has supported developing low-carbon technology and selling natural gas, but it has been opposed to a carbon tax and hasn’t offered a complete endorsement of the Paris Climate accord. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | October 7, 2019
The oil sands in Fort McMurray, Alta. Canadian oil and gas emissions alone would surpass those of 170 countries. And that doesn’t include the carbon emitted from burning all that oil and natural gas, writes Tim Gray. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | October 7, 2019
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | October 7, 2019
The oil sands in Fort McMurray, Alta. Canadian oil and gas emissions alone would surpass those of 170 countries. And that doesn’t include the carbon emitted from burning all that oil and natural gas, writes Tim Gray. The Hill Times file photograph
The committee made 87 recommendations to amend CEPA, and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has promised a formal response to the committee’s report in the coming weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The committee made 87 recommendations to amend CEPA, and Environment Minister Catherine McKenna has promised a formal response to the committee’s report in the coming weeks. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, CATHERINE ABREU | April 16, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured, have been saying for more than two years now is true—Canada can take action on climate change and have a strong economy. The two can go hand in hand. However, the path to a low-carbon economy is paved with strong climate policies, not the continued expansion of fossil fuels such as oil and gas. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, CATHERINE ABREU | April 16, 2018
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, CATHERINE ABREU | April 16, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna, pictured, have been saying for more than two years now is true—Canada can take action on climate change and have a strong economy. The two can go hand in hand. However, the path to a low-carbon economy is paved with strong climate policies, not the continued expansion of fossil fuels such as oil and gas. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, JERRY DIAS, KIM PERROTTA | February 26, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. The federal government must remain committed to achieving its methane emission reduction target by passing regulations as soon as possible that are as strong or stronger than those proposed last spring. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, JERRY DIAS, KIM PERROTTA | February 26, 2018
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, JERRY DIAS, KIM PERROTTA | February 26, 2018
Environment Minister Catherine McKenna. The federal government must remain committed to achieving its methane emission reduction target by passing regulations as soon as possible that are as strong or stronger than those proposed last spring. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, DEVON PAGE, PETER WOOD | November 6, 2017
Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna pictured after Question Period on Oct. 24. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, DEVON PAGE, PETER WOOD | November 6, 2017
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, DEVON PAGE, PETER WOOD | November 6, 2017
Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna pictured after Question Period on Oct. 24. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | November 21, 2016
In a few weeks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Nov. 11 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa with his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, and the premiers will gather to discuss and to adopt a federal climate plan. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | November 21, 2016
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY | November 21, 2016
In a few weeks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured on Nov. 11 at the National War Memorial in Ottawa with his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, and the premiers will gather to discuss and to adopt a federal climate plan. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, MARK ROWLINSON | February 9, 2016
Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, MARK ROWLINSON | February 9, 2016
Opinion | BY TIM GRAY, MARK ROWLINSON | February 9, 2016
Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright