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by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Nov 04 2009

To immunize or not to immunize?

That seems to be the question that keeps cropping up into every conversation that I have lately, and it's all thanks to the H1N1 scare.

As the wave of the H1N1 pandemic roots itself in Canada and vaccination clinics open their doors, the conspiracy theories around the vaccine vary from really wacky to absolutely frightening.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

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This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

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This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

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This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

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This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

To see the column Rob is responding to,  click here

This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

To see the column Rob is responding to,  click here

This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Oct 28 2009

To see the column Rob is responding to,  click here

This December, representatives from around the world will be invading Copenhagen for the United Nations Conference on Climate Change and, much to the displeasure of MP Alex Atamanenko, Canada may be going without a plan for greenhouse gas reductions.

by Rob Leggett on Thursday Oct 22 2009

I’m sure to receive at least a couple of accusations of being racist after writing this column, to which I would respond that I am not; However I am frustrated by what I believe are undeserved special rights the government is willing to grant Canadian native groups.

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