It’s a global issue

Gerald Butts made an important point on social media just yesterday (6:23 AM · Aug 23, 2019) ... ... the environment, he is saying, is a global issue. On that point, I agree, 100%. A couple of months ago I said that "The [global warming] problem is global and the solutions need to be global, … Continue reading It’s a global issue

Birds of a feather

Garnett Genuis, the Conservative MP for the Alberta riding of Sherwood Park-Fort Saskatchewan and the deputy (to Erin O'Toole) critic for foreign affairs, is featured in a brief (supplied by him?) opinion piece for the Sherwood Park-Strathcona County News (for which he wrote a column, off and on, since he was 15) in which he suggests … Continue reading Birds of a feather

True, this

Take two minutes, please and watch this video from Oil Sand Action: They speak for me, and unlike Prime Minister Justin Trudeau they do not speak out of both sides of their mouths, promising one thing in Edmonton and the opposite in Québec. This should be two minutes well spent ~ many people report feeling … Continue reading True, this

More good news

David Pugliese, writing in the Ottawa Citizen, gives us some much-needed good news. "Canada’s RADARSAT Constellation Mission was launched successfully into space aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket this morning [whcih was a week ago, now] from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California ... [and] ... The constellation of three satellites will provide daily images of Canada’s … Continue reading More good news

A tale of two graphs

So, Adam Vaughan, a Liberal MP from Toronto, posted this on social media: It's petty standard Liberal fare and I'll bet that more than half, more likely ⅔ or even ¾ of Canadians believe it. In response, Richard Groves, who is an accountant from Kelowna BC, posted this: The GFC to which Mr Groves refers … Continue reading A tale of two graphs

She’s got it exactly right

Licia Corbella, writing, about a week ago, in the Calgary Herald, says that "The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming!  ... [but] ... So are U.S. oil interests disguised as environmental concern. They’re coming to influence and interfere with our federal election and the Trudeau government has finally responded with the legislative equivalent of … Continue reading She’s got it exactly right

More on the major warship contract

David Pugliese, writing in the Ottawa Citizen, says that "The Liberal government is pushing ahead to try to get the Canadian Surface Combatant deal signed with Irving and the Lockheed Martin-BAE consortium either Thursday or Friday, sources say ... [and, he adds] ... That $60 billion project will see the eventual construction of 15 warships in … Continue reading More on the major warship contract