Issue 31: 2010 Earth Day See all issues
A Knight's Tale
“If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water.” -Loran Eisely, The Immense Journey, 1957.
The founder of High Speed Rail Canada explains why the rest of the world has already embraced high-speed rail.
Bay Street is fired up about renewable power. With a new program in Ontario to encourage its development, billions of dollars are expected to pour into wind, solar and other green power projects over the next few years. That’s the kind of green that gets bankers going!
From Brisbane to Stockholm, these eco-innovations are the next generation of world wonders.
From bait to plate, it's all a fishy business.
John Keating and his brother Ross founded Canadian Hydro Developers in 1989. It had 12 hydroelectric power sites, eight wind power sites and one biomass power site, and was acquired by TransAlta in 2009.
Around the Horn
A growing trend in the urban food movement is putting food production in the hands of consumers.
The tenth anniversary of the Walkerton water tragedy is in May. Has Canada learned its lesson?
Canada still hasn’t signed on to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, but signing on could be good news for business.
Our Earth Day issue's cover model, Georges Laraque, is a lover and fighter. As the NHL's only "openly vegan" player, he challenges the notion that you need to eat meat to be strong. He talks about veganism, Haiti, politics, and a dream for the future. Interview by Toby Heaps. Produced by Jon-Erik Lappano.