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Monthly Archive for January, 2013

It’s past time that we began to examine the word “process” as it relates to the environment. It has become, you see, a federal buzz word for sacrificing the environment while making it look all nice and legal. Last fall, I, along with Ben West of the Wilderness Committee, spoke to a group at a […]

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Mike Smyth gave us a full page story of his interview with Adrian Dix in the Sunday Province without a word on the environment! What’s with these guys at Postmedia? Are the thousands upon thousands of hits that organizations like the Wilderness Committee, and yes, the Common Sense Canadian, garner meaningless? Can it be that […]

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Will politicians vying to lead BC forthrightly address two key fears? I am a lawyer, not a scientist or an engineer. My task is to ask questions. Today’s questions should be dealt with by the two leading contending B.C. parties before the May election but my guess is that they will trust the public to […]

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I do not pretend for a second to know what is on the mind of First Nations leaders who have been skeptical of “Crown-First Nations” meetings such as took place this past Friday and the follow-ups currently being scheduled. Leaders like Union of BC Indian Chiefs’ Grand Chief Sewart Phillip and chiefs from Manitoba, Ontario […]

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Journalists wishing to be relevant this provincial election must zero in on environment. This will be, at long last, the year of the environment in B.C. For the first time in my memory, leaders debating in the upcoming election will have to answer questions about the environment. It will be a strange feeling for those […]

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