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Monthly Archive for November, 2010

Rafe Mair discusses salmon, rivers, oil tankers and The Common Sense Canadian’s “Take Back Our BC” Tour. Rafe was in Nelson recently for a tour event when he had the chance to sit down with Bruce Wack from CJLY Radio. Get MP3 (14 MB | 15:10 min)

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Gordon Campbell and facing the public

I have no intention of being “Mr. Nice Guy” to Gordon Campbell because he’s leaving office to wait for his massive pension to kick in and for lush directorships from the Energy companies to be offered. I’m an environmental activist trying to save our salmon, our rivers, and our farm land, Why should I get […]

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The pundits and Gordon Campbell

There is a new, to me at any rate, columnist in the Vancouver Province named Ethan Baron whom I enjoy. I was, however, amused and nonplussed by today’s article where he lists the errors of Gordon Campbell quite in contrast to The Vancouver Sun‘s editorial this morning praising the premier to the heavens. That the […]

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I can only say this about Gordon Campbell’s resignation: if Damien and I did anything to assist this happening I’m only sorry that we didn’t do more and quicker. He was not only a bad leader – he disgraced himself and us. As an environmentalist I must also say that no matter who takes over […]

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Come Back Gordon Wilson!

Further thoughts on why BC could use a new party, and who might put it together. I’ve recently floated the idea that there’s room for a third party of the middle in B.C., and have been inundated (well, some people wrote… hell, a few folks have voiced opinions) such that I thought I should flesh […]

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The roof of BC Place

This Campbell government is supposed to be business oriented. In fact, they are worse than any government I can remember. The litany of bad monetary decisions, overruns and waste would take a book to cover but suffice it to say that just an ordinary, everyday government fiscal fuck up makes the NDP look like prudent […]

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Potential new NDP leaders

My colleague on The Political Panel, CBC1 Mondays at 7:40, Moe Sihota, says that the NDP have no serious leadership problems. The fact that he’s the president of the NDP may be what’s casting the dust of stupidity in his eyes. The NDP have long made the error of putting philosophy ahead of electability. I […]

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