The Liberals record? Not much better.
“I can’t answer the question about the former government, what their reasons were,” said Sajjan, also noting he does not believe any of the metadata inadvertently shared could have ended up in the hands of any countries beyond the Five Eyes.
For ages now Canadians have been conditioned to accept that we “need” more pipelines to move more oil. Otherwise we’ll continue to exhaust train crews and have bombtrains in every town.
Now it slips out that the plan is for oil to grow even though we need to #LeaveItInTheGround to have a chance at not exceeding our atmosphere’s “carbon budget” which determines if climate change causes mass flooding and extinctions. This will happen during our lifetimes, if we don’t build the alternative transportation systems now.
Anyone else smell pants burning? Maybe it’s something else.
Hold on, you’re about to get whiplash. I guess having an empty head is a biological advantage since your brain doesn’t rattle around when you change direction this quickly.
Not even Google can keep up with her position.
“June 11, 2015 10:19PM EDT
Health Minister Rona Ambrose says she is “outraged” by the Supreme Court of Canada decision that expands the definition of medical marijuana beyond dried leaves, to include cannabis oils, teas, brownies and other forms of the drug.”
“In the news
As Health Minister Rona Ambrose made it clear that the Harper Government was not going to legalize marijuana, much less support …”
I used to be fairly anti-marijuana. I’ve since learned that the regulation of it, far beyond that provided for tobacco, makes no sense. Every week that passes without a legislation change, causes more injustice in our country.
Not sure what’s more pathetic and hypocritical:
Wudrick and Taylor feigning desire for un-tinkered elections, or Wall pining for Ottawa money.
The hypocrisy in each case approaches satirical levels, yet each happened today!
I brushed the snow off my solar panels a couple times on the weekend, and it helped with their production a fair bit. The full sun came out, and melted the remaining flakes off too.
We watched Star Wars episode IV [8/10] and Empire Strikes Back [9/10] (Have them both on VHS), and several Star Trek The Next Generation episodes. On Friday we were at the Southland Mall to get a photo with Santa.
Another jolly bearded man at the Santa display:
My family saw the RCMP Heritage Centre for the first time. It’s priced like a tourist trap, especially compared to the admission-by-donation Royal Saskatchewan Museum. It was fun overall. Naturally my Dad and I weren’t entirely pleased with the total lack of mention about one of the first two semi-permanent NWMP presences in southern Saskatchewan, at Wood Mountain. They’ve a Sitting Bull artifact, mention Little Big Horn, and mention Walsh, but I don’t think you could find the words “Wood Mountain” if you tried. That’s a shame. It was the site of one of Canada’s first successful peace keeping missions, assigned to Walsh of the NWMP.
Newspapers have a duty to publish public concerns. However such concerns, when unsubstantiated, poorly researched and ill-expressed should be confined to the letters page.
The editorial boards of both the Star Phoenix and Leader Post have made it abundantly clear that they support coal with carbon capture. However that ship has sailed and renewables now represents a $5-
billion industry that could generate thousands of jobs across Saskatchewan. Isn’t it about time for our Province’s two largest newspapers to get on board with this new reality?
The Leader Post’s legacy assets like Mandryk and Johnstone have fondness for Wall’s Carbon Capture and Storage boondoggle, and a distaste for those speaking out against it like David Suzuki. What shows up in the paper today, after the dreadful anti-wind op-ed yesterday?
“Boundary Dam carbon capture project is better than many think” -Frank Proto
If it weren’t for Greg Fingas appearing in the columns section, the LP would be a near total wasteland when it comes to critical thought and expression.
Moose Jaw and Regina area MP Tom Lukiwski should resign. He was caught on video by a reporter calling an NDP candidate “an NDP whore”.
Lawrence, Lukiwski’s Conservative buddy denies the slur, claiming he says “an NDP horde”, even though that makes little sense in the context of the speech.
I checked Conservative publications on Google, and there’s scant sign of “NDP horde” being used by anyone.
www. winnipegsun. com/2015/07/14/letters-july-15-2015
“the NDP horde” appears in this letter by someone, not “an NDP horde”.
It’s ridiculous to believe Lukiwski meant anything else given his well known trait of saying awful things on video.
The reporter who broke the story? She was forced from her job to reveal the news. That’s another aspect of this that stinks. Ambrose won’t demand Lukiwski resign or leave caucus.