What if somebody told you that, globally, mankind has about 60-years of farmland left. It’s hard to grasp how farmland, something that goes back to prehistory, could be in such peril.
It’s already happening and it’s gathering steam with each passing year. It is the degradation of farmland around the world. We’ve got 7+ . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: It’s Degrading. Right Before Your Eyes.
Long time Cowichan activist Bill Woollam has offered this guest post critical of fracking and David Black’s refinery proposal.
Bill has his own blog that covers wide-ranging issues. It can be found here.
Bill Woollam Guest Post
I recently wrote to David Black, newspaper owner/manager, in response to his support for the oil/gas pipelines . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: The BC Liberal Government Is Foolishly Moving To Allow Fracking On Farmland-Videos
The following twitter exchange exemplifies Mayor Jimmy’s petty reaction to criticism. I suppose I should be thankful I have not been blocked yet, like so many of the mayor’s critics. Jim Watson @JimWatsonOttawa Pleased to join @Eli_Ward5 and @Alla… . . . → Read More: THE FIFTH COLUMN: Mayor Jimmy Really Doesn’t Get It
The following twitter exchange exemplifies Mayor Jimmy’s petty reaction to criticism.
I suppose I should be thankful I have not been blocked yet, like so many of the mayor’s critics.
Jim Watson @JimWatsonOttawa Pleased to join @Eli_Ward5 and @AllanHubley_23 and Cyril Leeder at Tanger Outlet ground breaking in Kanata pic.twitter.com/RXzKKT46gZ
Richard W. Woodley @the5thColumnist @
FORT ST. JOHN – Independent B.C. MLAs Bob Simpson and Vicki Huntington’s visit to the Peace allowed them to see the region’s natural resource face to face, resulting in questions and concerns they plan to bring to the provincial government’s attention.
“I raised this issue in the legislature, [and] a number of organizations … . . . → Read More: Northern Insight: Independent MLA’s speak out