Warren Bell

Is Christy Clark too close to the drug industry?

Is big pharma behind Clark's health firings?

It's time for the B.C. government to come clean about the real reasons why it fired eight health researchers.

Menstrual products debate reveals dissension in Stephen Harper's kingdom

Finally, science and human biology meet Conservative Party political rhetoric. The result is dissension in Conservative Party ranks. Menstrual Products and the GST Everyone’s talking about taxes on...
Protest against Bill C-51

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.

Harper's rhetoric fuels racist and xenophobic expression

Xenophobia and racism are flourishing in Canada, under the influence of Stephen Harper’s rigid stance on Muslim women's headscarves. Stephen Harper has told us that wearing the niqab, a scarf that...
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Canadian students crushed by debt

Is it time to follow the example of Chile and Quebec and protest against high tuition and student debt?
Christy Clark and wolf cull

Christy Clark isn't protecting BC's caribou and killing wolves is a smokescreen

I believe that Premier Christy Clark is just going through the motions of protecting Mountain Caribou for public relations purposes. Carrie Saxifrage’s wonderfully detailed article of a few days ago...
Harper tells Canadians to give up their civil liberties for security reasons

Prime Minister Harper creates Canadian secret police with his scary Anti-Terrorism Act

Opinion: Prime Minister Stephen Harper has introduced a law that threatens Canadians' civil liberties
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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

Harper preaches pushback against Islamists, and sells weapons to the Middle East

Only days before the murderous assault on Charlie Hébdo staff in Paris by heavily armed men claiming allegiance to Al Qaeda, Prime Minister Stephen Harper refused to support the global Arms...

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.