There’s something really sleazy about BC premier Christie Clark. Faced with growing public opposition to the Northern Gateway and Kinder-Morgan bitumen pipeline trafficking, she sat mute for months as her own and her party’s fortunes tanked.
Finally she stood up on her hind legs and announced the pipeline/supertanker business was just too environmentally risky for . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: British Columbia’s Sordid Premier
Canadian environmental leaders are shifting their focus away from Ottawa and the Petro-Parliament and instead toward provincial premiers.
Greenpeace is also placing its hopes in the premiers, saying Ottawa is working hand in hand with oil companies to aggressively expand oilsands activity and build pipelines that would only make sense in a world that takes . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Talking to Ottawa a Waste of Breath
There was a time when conservatives considered themselves hard-headed realists and mocked liberals as dreamers and philosophers with fancy notions.
Old conservatives wanted facts, they wanted science, they demanded to see the math. But that was then, this is now and today, when the facts and the science and the math are laid out at . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: The Mind of Steve