1) The group that reviews pipelines for the federal government received some bad press.

2) Rather than fixing the internal issues that caused the negative coverage, they wanted to find out who was talking to the press.

3) They're spending over $24,000 in public funds for private investigators to look into their leaks.
1 The group that reviews pipelines for the federal government received some bad press

The feds paid private eye to hunt for a journalist's sources

nationalobserver.com
Terrie Rolph
Jennifer Gopinathadasi Woodward
Does the Site C Dam make economic sense?

No.

And you have to watch this video to see just how awful it is.
Gord Smith
Maretta Beger
Robert Fladmark
Peter Rothermel
Jozef de Beer
Robert Wright
Bill C-51, the Harper spying law that Justin Trudeau supported, has got to go.
Bill C51 the Harper spying law that Justin Trudeau supported has got to go

Canada slips out of Top 20 in press freedom index

ipolitics.ca
Bill Fretts
Greens making international news for all the right reasons.
Greens making international news for all the right reasons

The Climate Scientist Who Became a Politician

theatlantic.com
Brian Ingram
Max Kennedy
Paul Merrifield
This is fantastic.

No one thing is going to fix the problem. It's going to take many steps just like this one.
This is fantastic No one thing is going to fix the problem

China Will Replace All 67,000 Fossil-Fueled Taxis In Beijing With Electric Cars

cleantechnica.com
Nathan Warkentin
Chris Boyetchko
Rod Edmonds
No doubt about it.

Elizabeth May explains why it's so important to get the Big Money out of politics.
No doubt about it Elizabeth May explains why its so important to

B.C. politics and big money is a "toxic cocktail": Elizabeth May

nationalobserver.com
Conan Patrick Martin Jory
Conan Patrick Martin Jory
Ramona Faust
A tradition unlike any other.

Once again, Greens have the best election platform.
A tradition unlike any other Once again Greens have the best election

In battle of B.C. election platforms, Greens win: Expert | Metro Vancouver

metronews.ca
James Brett Clibbery
John McLean
John Northey
We're very excited about this.

Greens have been pushing a basic Income for many years. This is a great start.
Were very excited about this Greens have been pushing a basic Income

Ontario basic income pilot project to launch in Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay

cbc.ca
Jock MacGregor
Curtis Lewis Needham
Alex Kuiper
This is appalling. And the world cannot turn a blind eye to it.
This is appalling And the world cannot turn a blind eye to it

‘They Starve You. They Shock You’: Inside the Anti-Gay Pogrom in Chechnya

nytimes.com
Exposing the Truth about Middle East
Rod Edmonds
Cory VanderVeen
Jana Tubinshlak
Steve Ferguson
Eric Olson
Greg Abbott
Kirsten June StClair Bennett
Doug Parsons
The most likable man in politics is going to be live on Monday, talking about the important issues facing Ontario.

Check it out.
Lynn Garry
Connect with nature today. It's important.

Pledge to play outside: [ Greenparty.ca Link ]
Connect with nature today It's important
Chris Hall
Lorne Meschishnick
Jean Posta
Chris Gordon
Koran Merth
Colin Humphreys
"Because it's hard" isn't an excuse.

Enough stalling.
Because its hard isnt an excuse

Enough stalling

Liberals want more time to implement methane emissions reductions

cbc.ca
Brian Wills
Murad Antia
Dave Anderson
How's this for an efficient use of resources? One third of natural gas burned in Canada last year was used to produce oil sands crude.

Come on.
Hows this for an efficient use of resources One third of natural

Oilsands thirst for natural gas hits record, environmentalists decry it as 'waste'

news1130.com
J. Andre Dompierre
Ian Thomson
David E. Oakes
This is a nationwide problem that's going to require all hands on deck.

We've got to fix this.
This is a nationwide problem that's going to require all hands on deck

More than 2 people a day dying of opioid overdoses in Ontario: study

globalnews.ca
Troy Grant
Brenda Daniels
Samantha Jo-Anne
Renee Titterton
Morgan Lewis
Dave Law
If you see something, say something.

And by something, we mean hate. Zero tolerance.
If you see something say something And by something we mean hate

Police investigating fire, 'hateful' note at Ottawa Islamic centre

cbc.ca
Greg Abbott
Ernie Dunbar
Carole Fortin