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by Contributor on Tuesday Dec 15 2009

The following is a letter to the Honorable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, sent by local NDP MP Alex Atamanenko:

Dear Minister Finley,

by Contributor on Tuesday Dec 15 2009

The following is a letter to the Honorable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, sent by local NDP MP Alex Atamanenko:

Dear Minister Finley,

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

What happens if top scientists in their field of study seem to be doctoring facts, colluding with one another to control the peer review process and evading legal requests for their underlying data? You get Climategate.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

What happens if top scientists in their field of study seem to be doctoring facts, colluding with one another to control the peer review process and evading legal requests for their underlying data? You get Climategate.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

What happens if top scientists in their field of study seem to be doctoring facts, colluding with one another to control the peer review process and evading legal requests for their underlying data? You get Climategate.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 09 2009

What happens if top scientists in their field of study seem to be doctoring facts, colluding with one another to control the peer review process and evading legal requests for their underlying data? You get Climategate.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 02 2009

The Olympic Games are always a favourite venue for disgruntled demonstrators, and 2010 promises to be a pivotal time for activists in B.C.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 02 2009

The Olympic Games are always a favourite venue for disgruntled demonstrators, and 2010 promises to be a pivotal time for activists in B.C.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 02 2009

The Olympic Games are always a favourite venue for disgruntled demonstrators, and 2010 promises to be a pivotal time for activists in B.C.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Dec 02 2009

The Olympic Games are always a favourite venue for disgruntled demonstrators, and 2010 promises to be a pivotal time for activists in B.C.

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