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Mapping conservatism in North America
New data from Gallup shows that more Americans identify as conservative than liberal, but despite a Conservative majority in Parliament, Canadians may not be following the same trend.
Feb 17th, 2012
U.S. pipeline opponents take on Keystone XL with 24-hour petition blitz
With U.S. Senators poised to push the pipeline project through, environmental groups rally the opposition with a joint campaign and 24-hour petition against Keystone XL.
Feb 13th, 2012
Protesters gather at U.S. embassy to oppose possible war against Iran
Protesters at the U.S. Embassy in Vancouver, protesting against a proposed U.S.-led war on Iran.
Feb 5th, 2012
Gods worshipped by the power elite
Every avowed Christian president of the U.S.A has blatantly ignored at least two Commandments.
Jan 12th, 2012
The GOP turns to G-O-D
Are you there, God? It’s me, Rick Perry.
Jan 5th, 2012
Good news climate stories of 2011
This past year saw several bright spots emerge in humanity’s ongoing battle to prevent climate chaos. Is the tide starting to turn?
Dec 26th, 2011
Civil liberties, privacy groups cry foul as PM hails historic border deal
Today's sweeping U.S.-Canada border deal locks out terrorists, widens gates for trade, PM says.
David P. Ball
Dec 7th, 2011
Harper, Obama sign border security deal
Critics worried about privacy, personal data barred from high-profile announcement.
Dec 7th, 2011
Sales pitch begins on border deal: we'll catch more EI cheats
As Canada inks US perimeter security deal, critics ask if it's worth the cost.
Dec 4th, 2011
Canada locked out of new trans-Pacific trading block
But we'd like to be let in. And it looks like Harper is trying to get that to happen.
Nov 12th, 2011