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Oil pipeline update: Gitxsan chiefs overturn Enbridge deal, still divided on Treaty Society
Gitxsan Treaty office announces consensus to quash a controversial Enbridge deal, but hereditary chief Norman Stephens says recent meetings on the issue weren’t inclusive.
Jan 19th, 2012
Keystone XL oil pipeline to be defeated: is Enbridge next?
It's a sour day for big oil. The Obama administration is set to reject the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, according to news reports. Washington Post reporter Juliet Eilperin reported Obama's...
Jan 18th, 2012
Salmon, economy and oil: Smithers mayor explains opposition to Enbridge pipeline
Smithers mayor explains why, despite job promises, the community remains opposed to the Northern Gateway oil pipeline.
Jan 17th, 2012
The Modern Thinker
Partial cover image of The Modern Thinker: Timeless Ideas, Inspiration, and Hope for the 21 st Century
Dec 30th, 2011
Premier Clark says B.C.'s coast belongs to Alberta (and all of Canada), not just B.C.
BC Premier Christy Clark said the west coast "doesn't just belong to British Columbia", but some British Columbians disagree.
Dec 19th, 2011
Canada's Kyoto withdrawal lampooned in Taiwanese animation
Stephen Harper says "F*&% the UN" in this animated video from Taiwan's Next Media Animation.
Dec 14th, 2011
Canada 'fiddles while planet burns', says Councillor David Cadman at Durban climate talks
Where in the world is Councillor David Cadman? Fighting climate change in Durban.
David P. Ball
Dec 2nd, 2011
Vancouver experts lament Canada’s "climate anarchy"
Ottawa's position on climate change "deeply embarrassing", say local activists.
Nov 28th, 2011
Vision Vancouver election explainer
A backgrounder on Vision Vancouver - the party, their goals and a few events to look out for.
Oct 18th, 2011
After Palestine's U.N. statehood bid, a garden of peace struggles to bloom in Jericho
As Mahmoud Abbas returns to a hero’s welcome in Ramallah, after his impassioned speech at the UN calling for its recognition of the Palestinian state, hopes are high for a “Palestinian spring.”...
Sep 26th, 2011