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Monthly Archive for July, 2011

Vindication always feels good but as you read the Auditor-General’s report on the BC Environmental Assessment Office (BCEAO), which reports to the Ministry of Environment – it’s the governments licensing and enforcement arm – the warm feeling of vindication quickly vanishes and you are swamped with the realization of what this government’s gross neglect has […]

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It doesn’t seem that big a deal when you first read the story on p. B2 of July 5’s Vancouver Sun under the heading ENBRIDGE, TRANSCANADA LEAKS DOMINATE SAFETY BOARD CASES. It outlines 100 different oil and gas pipeline leaks over two years, three quarters of which were the fault of Enbridge and TransCanada. Until […]

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Was the Gordon Campbell government corrupt? Does it matter? The answer to both questions is a resounding YES! For the purposes of this article I define corruption as “acting against the public good for political or other gains for the government party and/or its members, to the exclusion of meaningful public input”. Let me summarize […]

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I sat in my hotel room in London on a recent vacation, reading the comments on my last article in thetyee.ca in which I had congratulated the Vancouver Sun for printing an op-ed piece by Dr. Marvin Shaffer of SFU which stated the elementary truth that the government is forcing BC Hydro to pay more […]

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