Some clarification please, Mr. Mulcair.
By Andrew on December 10, 2011
Yesterday, NDP leadership candidate and environmental hawk Thomas Mulcair announced his intention to implement a, “new comprehensive plan to combat climate change.” According to his press release, “Mulcair’s new plan would still be industry-focused and based on the principle that ‘polluters pay’, but it would expand beyond the 700 largest emitters in Canada to cover […]
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An evening with Jack
By Andrew on March 27, 2011
Last night, I decided to head downtown the NDP campaign launch to hear Jack Layton speak, to local NDP candidates, and their supporters. (I was also caught on tape by Gloria Galloway of the Globe and Mail) For those of you who know my politics, you will likely be surprised to hear that went to […]
Posted in Canadian Climate Policy, Canadian Politics, oilsands | Tagged canada, cap-and-trade, climate, climate change, elxn41, jack layton, linda duncan, ndp, oilsands | 11 Responses