Announcing The Narwhal, Canada's Independent Media Solution

Brendan DeMelle DeSmog
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Congratulations to our long-time colleagues Emma Gilchrist and Carol Linnitt, who are launching The Narwhal today to continue to advance more constructive conversations about energy and environment issues that are critical to Canada’s future.

Check out their new website at thenarwhal.ca for top-quality independent news and analysis, and follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram if you don’t already.

The Narwhal will build upon the success of its predecessor, DeSmog Canada, which Linnitt and Gilchrist have led since its launch in 2013.

“The Narwhal looks forward to continuing to collaborate with the DeSmog network,” Gilchrist said. “We’re grateful for the support of our DeSmog colleagues around the world, whom both Carol and I have learned so much from over the years.” 

The feeling is certainly mutual, Emma and Carol! Thanks for all the energy and commited leadership you’ve brought to the team, and we look forward to watching you dive deeper to fill a much-needed role in Canada’s independent media landscape with The Narwhal! 

Brendan DeMelle DeSmog
Brendan is Executive Director of DeSmog. He is also a freelance writer and researcher specializing in media, politics, climate change and energy. His work has appeared in Vanity Fair, The Huffington Post, Grist, The Washington Times and other outlets.

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