Harper’s enforcer Jim Flaherty
The heavy hand of oppression being directed towards effective environmental organizations smacks of extremism once unthinkable in Canada.
When advocating for the protection of our rivers, lakes, oceans, fisheries, air, farmland, wildlife and aquifers earns the attention of the Canadian Revenue Agencies ‘A’ team then we know just how . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Flaherty cites terrorism when asked why CRA is auditing environmental charities
Hundreds, if not thousands, of Canadians are going to be gathering in Victoria, B.C. today to take a stand against the Northern Gateway Pipeline that Enbridge, and our current federal government, is intent on building through the pristine Great Bear Rainforest to the northern B.C. coast. One of my daughters is planning to attend, but . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: Can’t Make It To Victoria To Defend Our Coast? Be Part of A “Flash Phone Mob”
OTTAWA Stephen Harper, finally freed of the constraints that of the minority years, had no need to deliver anything in his 2012 budget to placate his political opponents. So, unfettered, he delivered big time for big business and carved a path for a resource-based economy shorn of impediments for years to come. He has stacked . . . → Read More: The Star’s Tim Harper: Harper bets on big resources and kicks environment to the curb