Monthly Archives: May 2012

Victoria Day week end Superior information picket

, LSARC has been out on the scenic lookout on Hwy 17 N at Alona Bay, Lake Superior, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, to good effect in support of the Province-wide Victoria Day week end information picket. The blazing heat was … Continue reading

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Great Lakes Need Great Friends- Once bitten twice shy

Great Lakes Need Great Friends- Once bitten twice shy Great Lakes may need great friends, but with such as these who needs enemies… this tour is clearly a membership drive using freshwater issues as a vehicle. If the Council of … Continue reading

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Green Guise – Too Little , Too Late

JOINT NEWS RELEASE

 by ONTARIO NATURE & GREENPEACE CANADA Over 50 organizations speak out against the gutting of environmental laws in Ontario’s budget bill: “We, the undersigned, would like to voice our deep concern about Bill 55, the Strong Action … Continue reading

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Pat Swords Progress From Ireland

Pat Swords has tackled government in a big way in calling both Ireland and the European Union to account for their renewable energy policy. His common-man approach has been to steadfastly insist that the laws which are in place to … Continue reading

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The Government we deserve

It is often said that a people get the Government they deserve – especially when they don’t vote. This, it seems, is the case in Ontario. The minority of Ontario voters who bothered to vote a few years ago, voted … Continue reading

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