Posts from ‘In Depth’ - Page 8

Minister Lunn's denial of tanker moratorium is pure fiction

June 13, 2007 | 

The following is an expanded version of a Letter to the Editor sent to the Victoria Times Colonist responding to an article on tankers. The gloves have come off. ...

Shhhh, don't wake the public

June 12, 2007 | 

The big hush around oil tankers Recent breaches to the 1972 moratorium that bans oil tanker traffic in the inside coastal waters of BC’s north coast are finally getting ...

Shell’s takeover raises concerns in BC

June 8, 2007 | 

Environmental and Human rights concerns raised in Royal Dutch Shell’stakeover of Shell Canada  The wave offoreign takeovers of Canadian corporations is setting off alarm bells in Ottawa and in ...

Believe! – Earth Day 2007

May 7, 2007 | 

It’samazing to be here today in Victoria.It’s marvelous to celebrate with so many like minded people who care about theplanet. I’m sure will hear some great speeches, some fabulousmusic ...

Abolition

May 5, 2007 | 

Some time ago western civilization faced acrisis of unprecedented proportions. A crisis that had profound impacts on thefuture of the world. A crisis driven by Western Europe and North ...

Corporate benefit, public loss

May 1, 2007 | 

Big returns for BC Liberal donors “The bounty to the white-herring fishery is a tonnage bounty ; and is proportioned to the burden of the ship, not to her ...

How many light bulbs…

April 10, 2007 | 

It’s a heady time for environmentalists. If we look back to the last federal election campaign, nary a word was mentioned about the environment. A year later, politicians are ...

Passing the torch

April 4, 2007 | 

Briony Penn has emerged as the BC coast’s new environmental champion. The newly nominated Liberal candidate for Saanich-Gulf Islands has been passed the torch by David Anderson who led ...

Bulkley residents march against CBM

April 4, 2007 | 

Last week 600 residents of the Bulkley Valley marched in their on-going struggle to prevent drilling for coalbed methane intheir bucolic valley near the town of Telkwa. Those marching were ...

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