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by Harvey Oberfeld on Sunday Nov 14 2010

Now that I’m back from some well-enjoyed fun in the sun, I am amazed at the number of people who have suggested the biggest story that happened in BC in the past few weeks was the decision by Premier Gordon Campbell to step down.  They are wrong.

 

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

For those considering issue triage — picking five or six issues to focus on — in the fight to rid the country of the current government, one area that is critical to the outcome is exposing the Harper government’s construction of the national security state.

 

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

For those considering issue triage — picking five or six issues to focus on — in the fight to rid the country of the current government, one area that is critical to the outcome is exposing the Harper government’s construction of the national security state.

 

by Murray Dobbin on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

For those considering issue triage — picking five or six issues to focus on — in the fight to rid the country of the current government, one area that is critical to the outcome is exposing the Harper government’s construction of the national security state.

 

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

By David A Gabel, Environmental News Network

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

By David A Gabel, Environmental News Network

by Nelson Daily Staff on Wednesday Nov 10 2010

By David A Gabel, Environmental News Network

by Anonymous on Monday Nov 08 2010

 Edison Peña, one of the 33 miners who had been trapped underground in the San José copper-gold mine in Copiapó,Chile, participated on Sunday in the 41st annual New York City Marathon. Peña had arrived at the city on Thursday, and had been invited by the New York Road Runners, organizers of the marathon.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 08 2010

By Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

A new report is calling on the BC government to take action to make BC’s food system work better for farmers, eliminate hunger, shift away from imported products, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Monday Nov 08 2010

By Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

A new report is calling on the BC government to take action to make BC’s food system work better for farmers, eliminate hunger, shift away from imported products, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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