We must, first, “go honest” if we want to “go green”

A couple of days ago I recommended that the Conservative Party should, loudly and clearly, “first promise a suite of polices that address global climate change on a global basis and promise that Canada will do its fair and full share to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions … {and then, albeit quietly] … start preparing…… Continue reading We must, first, “go honest” if we want to “go green”

An opportunity

So, I saw two things: First, on my own social media feed, in response to my contention that a (reported) majority of Canadians is wrong and Canada must become “bigger and better” in the 21st century by adapting our immigration regime to accepting many more immigrants, year-after-year and decade-after-decade, there was this: That’s arrant nonsense…… Continue reading An opportunity

Confirmation bias

This post is an almost perfect example of confirmation bias. I agree, as I said yesterday, pretty much fully, with almost everything that Andrew MacDougall said in a recent article in Macleans’s magazine and I’m going to inflict his views, with my comments, on you, too. First: Derek Sloan finished fourth in a four-person party…… Continue reading Confirmation bias

Pipelines, anyone?

With apologies to Charles Dickens: ‘Keystone XL was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The register of its burial was signed by the clergyman, the clerk, the undertaker, and the chief mourner. Biden signed it: and Biden’s name was good upon ’Change, for anything he chose to put his hand to.…… Continue reading Pipelines, anyone?

Really?

So, I saw this in the Hill Times: It is, Abbas Rana says, being seen by some observers as “an “unofficial kick off” of the next federal election campaign.” Really? The COVID-19 pandemic rages, but we are at zero vaccine deliveries, Parliament has shuttered for seven weeks, US President Biden has just pulled the plug…… Continue reading Really?

Happy Australia Day …

… to my grandsons, native born “diggers,” and to my family and friends and readers “down under.” Australia is a great country with a proud history … … and a bright future. Like Canada (and like every other country in the world) it has a few problems, but people of good-will, which means 95+% of…… Continue reading Happy Australia Day …

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