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danlittleAs I await the election results this evening I am finally able to reflect on the campaign. The odds are stacked against me to ...

Chris StephenTake a moment to dream about a new way of doing things … a new way of being in the world, if you like.

A lot of people say we can’t afford to switch from fossil fuels to renewables, that it will wreck the economy. I say we can’t afford not to. Climate change is already costing us $2 billion a year – and that’s only the loss of property due to flood and fire. The real costs to Canada include. . .

canada flag party- Anne Finlay-Stewart, Editor

If you are not one of the 4.7 million Canadians who cast their ballots over the Thanksgiving weekend, you have from now until Monday at 9:30 p.m. to decide how to vote in the federal election.

You are not going to find the answer here, but we'll try to give you a little more to chew on over the next three days.

Alex RuffDear Editor:

By now everyone knows that Monday October 21st is election day in Canada.

The Liberals were elected in 2015 ...

oil industryIn the dying days of the campaign, with the Liberals and Conservatives throwing out tax breaks left and right, the NDP remains focused on the two top issues of ...


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