Canadian Business Outperforms in Global Sustainability Ranking

When the 2013 Global 100 rankings were released by Toronto-based media and investment research company Corporate Knights (CK),

Canadian ESG Leader Nexen Acquired by Chinese Enterprise

The much-discussed deal for the acquisition of Canadian ESG leader Nexen by Chinese state-owned CNOOC was completed yesterday, with a total value of $15.1B. According to company statements1,2, energy company Nexen will operate as a subsidiary of CNOOC with continuing leadership by CEO Kevin Reinhart, who has been an employee of Nexen for over 18 years.

The Latest Pipeline War Update: an Opportunity for a Diversified Energy Future for Canada?

Following on US President Barack Obama’s endorsement of climate change action in his second term inauguration speech, the US Ambassador to Canada, David Jacobson, has implied that Obama is looking to see greater forward motion by Canada on climate as a trade-off for approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline1,2.

Canadian Poll Results Show Lack of Trust on Environmental Issues

As American protests of the Keystone XL pipeline continue, recent polls indicate falling global concern for environmental issues and lack of trust in government and business to add

#BellLetsTalk Trends Worldwide

Canadians added their support in large numbers to Bell’s Let’s Talk campaign on mental health.

Canadian consumption remains high: environmental scorecard

Canada’s environmental performance has received low marks in comparison to 17 developed countries in a recent report.

Oil Sands Development Pollute Nearby Lakes, New Study Shows

New study backs up criticism of oil sands exploitation.

Concordia University Receives Funding for Sustainability Project

Concordia University in Canada receives financial boost for its sustainability program.

Social Responsibility Has a Vintage Day in Canada

Go secondhand and help a socially responsible cause on May 12.


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