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Monthly Archive for August, 2016

Whither the Green Party of Canada after its recent convulsion? In order to answer that question I think it must be understood, perhaps conceded is the better word, that the Green Party isn’t like other parties and probably never will be. If it struggles to be what it never can be, it will go the way of […]

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Ichiro Suzuki sets another record

Ichiro 4278, Pete Rose 4256, Ty Cobb 4191 Those are the all-time numbers of base hits for three of the very greatest baseball players to ever live. Last night Ichiro – like Tiger, the Babe, and The Rocket, that’s all the identification he needs – tripled off the right field fence for his 3000th US […]

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What follows below is my recent exchange of letters with federal Green Party leader Elizabeth May over her high-profile dilemma with the party endorsing the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) movement. But first, a few words to set the stage. I began to hear rumours as you all did that Elizabeth May was going to quit the leadership of the […]

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Who Killed BC Hydro?

This is the story of the death of our province’s once greatest institution, BC Hydro. Though the public power utility began its life under Socred Premier WAC Bennett in 1961, the story of its demise starts circa 2001, under the newly-minted Liberal administration of Gordon Campbell. Today, this once thriving institution is de facto bankrupt, without counting the […]

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