Here's what the Statscan website looked like using the Wayback Machine, an internet screen capture tool.
Just a screencapture
If I wanted to get the latest indicators of water usage, environmental CO2 levels or to compare from year to year the variations in our country's usage of resources, I'd look to the tables as above and they'd be updated regularly. The Wayback machine shows how often they were accessed and when.
useful graph last dated 2006.
I'd really like to see how much the dark green section has changed by 2012. Or, maybe even have a special graph just for the province of Alberta, showing a similar breakdown of tar sands and forested area.
water yields. Quickly dropping.
Nothing here about tar sands. Looks to me as though only people who use appliances or drive cars are driving the emissions up. There are not other graphs to show CO2 per energy sector. Don't you think there should be? Write Peter Kent immediately and ask him where these graphs are.