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Monthly Archive for July, 2016

I am writing today about the Trudeau government’s increasingly bizarre policy on fossil fuels, which essentially amounts wanting to have its cake and eat it too. But first, I must note that the same can be said for the government’s dealings with First Nations and myriad environmental issues surrounding Site C Dam – as yesterday’s quiet approval […]

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More blood has been shed on the shores of the Danish Faroe Islands in the second grindadráp (grind) of the year, in the same village where 43 pilot whales were slaughtered just three weeks ago. At approximately 4pm yesterday, a pod of up to 200 pilot whales was spotted by locals on the island of […]

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“Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything.” – George Bernard Shaw The political situation in British Columbia is such that no one seems capable of winning and both sides seem quite capable of losing. This unique situation usually leads to an opportunity to “come up the middle” meaning I would think the BC […]

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Weaving of the Green

The purpose of this presentation is to press The BC Green Party to deal with the issue of Independent Power Producers in a manner satisfactory to environmentalists. My sole concern is that BC has a viable Green Party  option for next May’s election. I have never met Dr. Weaver. Independent Power Producers (IPP´s), created by […]

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Everybody seems to have a theory about Brexit and I am no exception. Britain was never in Europe entirely. It is a long torturous history from the beginning of the Common Market to now but it goes back much further than that. I don’t suppose it’s too big a stretch to say that the original […]

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