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Not to make Blight of it: Tourism Revisited

Donald Trump, who has a genius for stating the obvious, pronounced “Wind turbines are ugly, noisy and dangerous. Bad for tourism” as he warned Scotland not to blight their landscapes.  It tends to irk his enemies that he is so often … Continue reading

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LSARC on LOCAL2

LOCAL2 have asked us to blog on their site for a while. We will be posting regularly there for the next while, but will have links to those articles on this blog.

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LSARC report from Toronto FIT Conference protest

LSARC attended the 2nd annual FIT Conference protest, “Ontario’s Future is in Ashes”, in company of Wikwemikong Elders’ Spokesperson Rosemary Wakegijig to show the flag for Northern Ontario against the bad FIT economics of subsidized “unreliables”. They once again used … Continue reading

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LSARC protest at Sault Ste Marie Civic Centre

On April 3rd, 2013 LSARC held a protest at the Sault Ste Marie Civic Centre, between noon and 1:00 PM, in solidarity with the 2nd Annual FIT Conference protest held in Toronto. We had an excellent turnout despite the bitter … Continue reading

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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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