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Tag Archive 'Environment'

Premier Christy Clark hasn’t been paying attention for the last 10 or 15 years. Times and public attitudes have changed dramatically and she hasn’t. This recent pronouncement of hers, which I mentioned in an earlier article, tells all: The world is being divided into two – the people that will say no to everything and […]

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Six issues the press must cover to hold power in this province accountable. Now that the BC Liberals have a new four-year mandate we need media vigilance more than ever. Although to see it in action you wouldn’t know it, the press has special constitutional protection both in our written and unwritten constitutions which give […]

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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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From Rafe’s desk: The long-term view

Sort of a housekeeping blog today folks. As I’ve mentioned, this website has been activated and I will be contributing 3-5 articles per week. They will, not always but mostly be about matters environmental and I want you to know why. During the May 2008 election I campaigned all around the province for the NDP […]

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