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Monthly Archive for August, 2013

I started the week pissed off – make that Tuesday morning when I saw an article in the Province from a guy named Marsden who writes in the Calgary Herald and tells us in British Columbia that we ought to be grateful for the opportunity of transporting Alberta’s Tar Sands – that atmosphere-ravisher and source […]

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How much dissent can be aired by Canada’s public broadcaster? This is about the CBC and I assure you that I don’t intend to sneer or be an anti-arts blockhead. My column is spawned by a letter I got from a neighbour, and friend, asking me to contribute to keep the CBC from collapsing under […]

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Their shared nightmare unfolds: four more years of Liberal reign. The environmental movement is in a deep funk. You can feel it. At least for the time being the fire has gone out of the environmental belly. Of course this is because the Liberals won the May 14 election. If they have their way it […]

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