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Blog - Alberta Diary January 23
Presumed law-abiding gun owners shop at a gun show in Texas, where no records of sales are kept (Photo: M&R Glasgow, Wikimedia Commons).
David J. Climenhaga | Tactics used by gun advocates and their Conservative allies to fight the so-called long-gun registry have opened the door to discussion of an outright ban on handguns.
Blog - David Suzuki January 23
Image: Nikos Koutoulas/Flickr
David Suzuki | There's no real discount on Canadian product, nor are other countries clamouring for our bitumen. The lower price is because it’s costly to extract and process, and must be diluted before shipping.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 23
Brent Patterson | TZK'AT links extractivism, dispossession, and the criminalization of land defenders to patriarchy, violence against Indigenous women and emphasizes the need for spiritual recovery.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 22
Facebook photo by Peace Brigades International - Honduras.
Brent Patterson | A community forum of more than 2,000 people has said no to the mines that endanger their rivers and drinking water.
Blog - On The Other Hand January 22
General Jay Janzen and MRU Professor Kari Roberts. Image credit: Penney Kome
Penney Kome | In advance of provincial and federal elections, Canada's director of general military strategic communications is warning that Canadians should be alert for attempts to influence the electorate.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 22
Former MP Jason Kenney, now the leader of the United Conservative Party Opposition (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | If it is eventually decided no rules were broken in Jason Kenney's case, the House of Commons may want to tighten how it subsidizes MPs' secondary residences to protect Canadian taxpayers.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 22
Facebook photo by PBI-Guatemala Project.
Brent Patterson | The Resistencia Pacifica de Cahabón (Peaceful Resistance Cahabón) opposes the OXEC I and II hydroelectric dams that lack free, prior and informed consent.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 22
Jason Kenney in his Calgary riding during the 2015 federal election (Photo: Facebook).
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Opposition leader Jason Kenney vigorously denies the allegations as UCP supporters heap abuse Ottawa lawyer Kyle Morrow on Twitter.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 22
Brent Patterson | Guatemalan president's actions raise concerns about a slow-motion coup, human rights violations, more forced migration, impunity for war crimes, and electoral fraud.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 22
This may be the advertisement with which the Canadian Taxpayers Federation ran afoul of Alberta’s third-party election advertising rules (Photo: Facebook).
David J. Climenhaga | The CTF has been disproportionately influential in Canadian political discourse because the mainstream media treats its pronouncements as if they were credible. Will a $6,000 fine change that?
Blog - Alberta Diary January 21
Freedom Conservative Party Leader Derek Fildebrandt channelling Charlton Heston in happier times
David J.Climenhaga | In response to federal Liberal discussions about a handgun ban, the former UCP MLA tweeted, "no matter what the feds do, they will never get their hands on mine."
Blog - Alberta Diary January 20
David J. Climenhaga | Premier Rachel Notley has scheduled a Throne Speech for March 18. One way or the other -- barring calamities or a big surprise -- a general election will follow soon thereafter.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 20
Brent Patterson | The Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras says "no to the plunder" of Wet'suwet'en territories.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 19
Brent Patterson | Community activists in Honduras are opposing dams on the Cuyamel River over concerns about the environment and Indigenous rights.
Blog - Brent Patterson January 17
Facebook photo by Shelter City Network.
Brent Patterson | Land, water and human rights defenders increasingly face danger and death. The Shelter City Network offers safety and a brief rest from the struggle.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 17
Brian Jean (Photo: Facebook).
David J. Climenhaga | If Brian Jean established anything on Monday, with his Epistle to the Albertans, wherein he set out his "agenda to move Alberta forward," it's that he remains a man desperate to be taken seriously.
Blog - Council of Canadians' blog January 16
Image: Council of Canadians
Council of Canadians | The fight against the Coastal GasLink pipeline is not over, and Council of Canadians chapters continue to stand in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en.
Blog - KAIROS Witness January 16
Upper Kananaskis lake, Alberta. Photo: Thank you for visiting my page from Canada/Wikimedia Commons
Cheryl McNamara | With the aim to promote justice, KAIROS looks to the year ahead and points to all the work that needs to be done.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 16
Drumheller-Stettler MLA Rick Strankman (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Citing "hyper-partisan self-centred politics" when he quit the UCP yesterday, the Drumheller-Stettler MLA says he hasn't ruled out running again.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 16
Andrew Scheer at CPC Convention - 2018. Photo: Andrew Scheer/Wikimedia Commons
David J. Climenhaga | Unfortunately for Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, a group of so-called "yellow vests" plans its own cross-Canada convoy. He could end up having to wear whatever they get up to.
Blog - David Suzuki January 16
Unist'ot'en Camp building with banner. Photo: Unist'ot'en Camp/Wikimedia Commons
David Suzuki | Expanding oilsands production, offshore drilling, fracked natural gas and pipelines keep us on a path detrimental to reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples and to the future of all people.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 14
A scene from Alberta’s beautiful Bighorn Country. Image: Government of Alberta.
David J. Climenhaga | The NDP's security concerns about future Bighorn town halls are fully justified despite a cynical effort by the UCP to spin cancelled meetings as a plot to stifle opposition.
Blog - On The Other Hand January 11
Derek Cook, Director, Canadian Poverty Institute. Image courtesy of Derek Cook.
Penney Kome | Members of the new federal Advisory Committee on Canada's Poverty Reduction Strategy all have personal experience of poverty, and they are working to build resilient communities across the country.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 10
The entrance to the University of Calgary (Photo: University of Calgary).
David J. Climenhaga | A new paper by two B.C. academics doesn't mince words about the role of the University of Calgary and corporate media in a 2015 controversy about corporate influence in the academy.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 9
Brian Jean and Kimberly Michelutti (Photo: Twitter).
David J. Climenhaga | The old Wildrose Party smoke-making machine was certainly working overtime for the past couple of weeks on the topic of former Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean's impending announcement.
Blog - David Suzuki January 8
Image: Greenpeace Switzerland/Flickr
David Suzuki | There's little evidence that governments are treating the climate emergency as seriously as is warranted, preferring to focus on short-term economic gains and election cycles instead.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 8
Gene Zwozdesky in the days he was Alberta's minister of health (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Gene Zwozdesky's character encapsulates the qualities that made the PCs so successful for so long in Alberta.
Blog - Alberta Diary January 8
Troy Lanigan, former president and CEO of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, at the 2013 Manning Networking Conference in Ottawa. Photo: David J. Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | Right now, it's hard to see where the right-wing Canadian Taxpayers Federation ends and SecondStreet.org, new right-wing think-tank to be launched in March, begins.
Blog - Pulpit and Politics January 7
Image: Rasande Tyskar/Flickr
Dennis Gruending | Tommy Douglas and others were populists who privileged the needs of ordinary people while leaders like Trump are wannabe demagogues.
Blog - Activist Communiqué January 7
Krystalline Kraus | The five united clans of the Wet'suwet'en have called for a solidarity day of action against the Trudeau government and the RCMP on Tuesday, January 8. Actions are planned across the world.

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