Bill Henderson

Bill Henderson is an activist and 'winder operator' who lives in Upandunderland and Gibsons, B.C. He clearly remembers being a skunk, East Indian princess, red guitar, bee, a drunk, and a sports fan in previous lives. His present special interest is path dependence and the peak and sink topological nature of the climate policy process but doesn't view himself as much different from his fellow empty nesters who drop acid on game days.

Alexandra and the golden straitjacket

Marine biologist Alexandra Morton spoke recently in Roberts Creek as part of her Salmon are Sacred tour to build a citizens movement to help save wild salmon from pathogens from salmon farms. Morton...

Campbell's legacy: good for the economy, bad for the environment

While there has been no shortage of opinion on the present effects  of Gordon Campbell's reign as premier there has been little thought given to his legacy for future generations of British...

Olympic Denial

 The high mountains above the booming ground where I work in back water Howe Sound limit my walkman radio reception to CBC AM (except at night dumping barges). Mr Olympic Promo Man Rick Cluff...