Daily Archives: April 16, 2018


Justin Trudeau Meets With Alberta And British Columbia Premiers To Discuss The Kinder Morgan Pipeline

On Sunday April 15th, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau met with Alberta Premier Rachel Notely, and British Columbia Premier John Horgan in Ottawa, the country’s capital, to discuss new developments on the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. The expansion of the pipeline, a project spearheaded by Texas-based infrastructure giant, […]


The Rise Of Plastic Waste Is Killing Marine Life, Our Oceans, And Our Planet’s Future

After performing an autopsy on a young sperm whale that washed onto Spanish shores in February, scientists have confirmed that the whale likely died after consuming too much plastic waste and other rubbish that prohibited digestion and caused inflammation, urgently highlighting the devastating effect human trash is having on the […]


Being ‘Locked and Loaded’ Will Not Lead The Way To Peace In Syria

Once again, the Syrian government have been accused of chemical attacks and denied these allegations. The United States of America has expressed that it is “locked and loaded” in answer to any further chemical attack in Syria. This warning came after Saturday morning’s organised strikes on Damascus and Homs. It […]


“I Will Arrest You”: Rodrigo Duterte’s Latest International Provocation

Rodrigo Duterte, President of the Philippines, has threatened prosecutors representing the International Criminal Court (ICC) who may seek to investigate his controversial campaign against drug users for evidence of potential crimes against humanity, reports Al-Jazeera. Duterte’s incendiary comments are the latest in a long line of brash and aggressive statements that […]