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by Rossland Telegraph on Wednesday Oct 26 2016

The Candian Environmental Protection Act is under review by a committee of the House of Commons.  Citizens are invited to comment -- in the form of written "briefs."  There are guidelines for these briefs, accessible via a link in the material pasted in below. 

Are you worried about foxes guarding hen-houses in terms of our environmental protection?  (Foxes are fine and lovely creatures...

by Contributor on Wednesday Oct 26 2016

Students from Seven Summits Centre for Learning are doing their part to increase ecosystem health in the Kootenays.

According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, invasive species are the second greatest threat to biodiversity, after habitat loss.  Invasive species are plants, animals, and...

by Rossland Telegraph on Saturday Oct 22 2016

Don't be fooled.  Don't give out any information on the phone to anyone who calls up and claims to represent your credit card company.  Anyone from your credit card compoany does  NOT need you to give them any information about you or your card; they would already have what they need on file.  Anyone who calls up and demands (or requests) personal information about you or your credit card is a...

by David Suzuki on Wednesday Oct 19 2016

As leaves change colour and drop from trees, and a chill in the air signals the approach of winter, many of us are thinking of the fall harvest and hearty soups and dishes that will soon warm our bellies.

Not everyone is lucky enough to enjoy such thoughts. About four million Canadians — including more than a million children — lack food security, defined as reliable...

by Murray Dobbin on Monday Oct 17 2016

It's amazing what we gradually accept as normal -- even admirable -- in how we treat each other in Canada. Practices that were once seen as a repugnant surrender to government indifference, like food banks, are now virtually celebrated as a high point of citizen engagement and promoted as such by our public broadcaster once a year. And other practices, like hospitals and seniors' care homes...

by David Suzuki on Wednesday Oct 12 2016

I’ve often thought politicians inhabit a parallel universe. Maybe it’s just widespread cognitive dissonance, coupled with a lack of imagination, that compels them to engage in so much contradictory behaviour. Trying to appease so many varying interests isn’t easy.

Rather than focusing on short-term economic and corporate priorities, though, politicians should first consider the...

by Contributor on Wednesday Oct 12 2016

The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans is breaking the law by not testing B.C. farmed salmon for a virus that has spread like wildfire in Norway and Chile, before allowing them to be transferred into open-net ocean pens alongside wild fish.

“According to federal fisheries laws, the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans is required to ensure that farmed fish are not...

by Charles Jeanes on Wednesday Oct 05 2016

Here is Part II of this lengthy article.  To review Part I, click on this link.

The 60’s Generation and political change: No revolution

The question again puts my focus on the effects of the ‘60’s on culture. We heard then...

by Sara Golling on Tuesday Oct 04 2016

On Wednesday, October 5, a new store opens its doors in the Mountain Kingdom.  The Rossland Dispensary will be the newest addition to Rossland's business community.

What IS a marijuana dispensary?

 A marijuana dispensary does not sell marijuana for recreational use; the products are available only to people who have been prescribed a...

by Andre Carrel on Monday Oct 03 2016

There will many announcements and pronouncements for and against the federal government’s approval of the Petronas LNG project if, in view of the 190 pre-conditions, approval is the appropriate term. What aroused my curiosity was the identity of developer: who is Petronas?

Petronasis an oil and gas giant created a...

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