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Six ways that we, the Canadian people, will win the next election
OPINION: There's the old way of doing things, and there's the new. We will vote for change, because we need to make things better.
Jul 10th, 2015
B.C. roasts thanks to bad forest policy and climate change
A century of aggressive forest fire suppression, accelerating climate change fueled by burning fracked gas and oil and large population growth is leading to a human-created perfect firestorm.
Jul 6th, 2015
Bill C-51: Harper's Draconian power grab
Thirty years ago, the federal McDonald Commission faced terrorist threats— but fiercely defended "public trust" and civil rights. Now Harper's Bill C-51 is grinding both under the Conservative boot.
Mar 18th, 2015
Open letter to President Obama: please veto the Keystone XL pipeline -- for future generations
There is no reason to allow the Keystone XL pipeline to go through, and there are many reasons to not. Vetoing it will be a gesture of support for future generations
Jan 11th, 2015
First Nations help Canada find the way forward
We often think that the world's First Peoples were defeated. I think they were just waiting for us to listen.
Dec 28th, 2014
Stephen Harper position on global Arms Trade Treaty reads like a page out of NRA handbook
The global Arms Trade Treaty, brokered through the United Nations in a lengthy process, came into effect this Christmas Eve, 2014, 90 days after the 50th nation had ratified it. Canada has refused to...
Dec 27th, 2014
The planet's water supply and Stephen Harper
The world's water supply is far more limited -- and vulnerable -- than we think.
Nov 26th, 2014
What the Site C Dam is really for: an explosion of new fracking wells
Whatever else it's supposed to do, Site C is clearly intended to supply the fracking industry.
Aug 10th, 2014
Why I'm cancelling my Canadian Geographic subscription
I've had it. Here's why.
Jun 10th, 2014
Patrick Moore rises again from the deep
The industry consultant is at it again
Jan 26th, 2014