Peltier in November 2021 (Photograph by Blair Gable)

Autumn Peltier on youth activism, challenging Trudeau, and a future in politics

The 17-year-old climate activist spoke with Marie-Danielle Smith about working towards change, confronting Trudeau at 12 years old and what she’s focused on now

A cave-diving photographer on ’swimming though the veins of the Earth’

Underwater cave photographer Jill Heinerth boldly swims where no one has swum before
EPA Water Containment

These chemicals in North American waters could spark a health crisis in Canada

Opinion: PFAS chemicals are toxic, likely already in our bodies, and will outlive us—and while research continues, towns in Michigan and beyond are finding them in their water
Shoal Lake

Money alone won’t solve the water crisis in Indigenous communities

Opinion: There’s funding and political will, but only collaboration and integrated training in the communities themselves will provide a true solution

The risks facing Canada’s drinking water

Opinion: We shouldn’t be framing a discussion about water in isolation of considerations like infrastructure
Will Cape Town Run Out of Water?

As a water crisis looms in Cape Town, could it happen in Canada?

Opinion: In Canada, we think of ourselves as the water wealthy country, but we aren’t immune to water shortages or disasters
Will Cape Town Run Out of Water?

Cape Town: What happens when a city of four million runs out of water?

South Africa’s second-largest city looks down the barrel of ’Day Zero,’ when it will officially turn off the tap

Gallery: Sewer art

Michael Cook photographs the beauty found in long-closed tunnels deep below the ground

Photos: Edward Burtynsky’s water world

The photographer behind ’Manufactured Landscapes’ has a new project, spanning five years and 10 countries