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A Legacy Fund or Subsidies to Fossil Fuels

March 28, 2006 | 

Budgets provide tangible evidence of a government’s priorities. The BC Liberals’ recently introduced budget illustrates their ongoing obsession with promoting oil and gas development. Expect more of the same ...

BC's Water Problems

March 8, 2006 | 

I recently met with a group of NGOs working to protect clean, healthy water in British Columbia.  We discussed several problems with protecting our water resources under a Liberal ...

Study shows unsustainable impacts to forest in the 1990s

February 10, 2006 | 

Agroundbreaking new study by Global Forest Watch Canada reveals the massive impacts onforests in northern Quebec in the 1990s. The study,which is pilot project that GFWC is planning on ...

Predictions for a new political era—trends for communities in 2006

February 1, 2006 | 

This is the 5thand final bulletin in our 5 part series on the challenges and opportunitiesexpected to present themselves in BC over the coming year. It is up to ...

Predictions for a new political era— trends in Aboriginal issues in 2006

January 31, 2006 | 

This is the 4thbulletin in a 5 part series concerning the challenges and opportunitiesexpected to present themselves in BC over the coming year. After reviewing our commentaries regarding the ...

Predictions for a new political era—Democratic trends for 2006

January 30, 2006 | 

This is the 3rd bulletin in a 5 part seriesconcerning the challenges and opportunities expected to present themselves inBC over the coming year. On January 24th we published our ...

Predictions for a new political era—forestry trends for 2006

January 26, 2006 | 

Thisis the 2nd bulletin in a 5 part series concerning the challenges andopportunities expected to present themselves over the coming year. On January24th we published our predictions on energy ...

Predictions for a new political era—forecasting energy trends for 2006

January 24, 2006 | 

This is the first bulletin in a five part seriesconcerning the challenges and opportunities expected to present themselves overthe coming year. This is no horoscope, but as we enter ...

The forgotten election issue—Canada’s energy security

January 19, 2006 | 

Canadians are being bombarded withelection promises regarding just about everything, except the most importantissue facing our nation-energy security.   In the wake of Katrina and spiking oilprices, it seems ...

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