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Monthly Archive for February, 2011

The more I age, the more I strive to care about the world my grandson will inhabit. Whoever said that they are the “golden years” must have been a failed alchemist — though I suppose that’s redundant. I can tell you that they are shitty with either an abundance of that commodity or into the […]

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Sooner or later the truth must come out. Clearly it must be from outside the government and BC Hydro – and it sure as hell isn’t going to come from the mainstream media. Let me lay this out clearly – either what The Common Sense Canadian says is true or it isn’t. We’ve laid out […]

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The time has come, the walrus said… no Rafe, the Liberal leadership only looks like Alice in Wonderland. It is, though, time for all environmentalists to start looking very seriously at BC politics because after the NDP convention, we’ll be in the countdown to the next election. Even though the election will still be two […]

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The Whistler Dog Slaughter

When will we face the contradictory, dishonest way we nurture and kill animals? Much has been written about the ghastly slaughter of 100 dogs in Whistler by a company that used them as sled dogs, an event very popular, I’m told, at last year’s Olympics. Attention has been drawn to how we slaughter, indeed raise, […]

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The New Liberal leader will, on several questions, be like the fighter sitting on his stool and refusing to answer the bell because he knows he’s going to get the crap knocked out of him. One of those is BC Rail. Another is private v public power which, in essence, is combined into Campbell’s so-called […]

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