Accidental Deliberations: Wednesday Morning Links

Miscellaneous material for your mid-week reading. – Marlene Habib writes about the continued efforts of grocery workers to ensure we have access to food and supplies in the face of the pandemic (and now complete abandonment by governments and employers). Celine Castronuovo reports on the hospitalizations of children resulting from the

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Cowichan Conversations: Arnold Bercov and Ben Parfitt: More than intentions needed for B.C. forests 

Originally published by the Vancouver Province Opinion: Millions of logs are culled from our forests annually and loaded in raw, unprocessed form onto ships. The government’s “intentions document” mentions log exports but only commits that Read more… The post Arnold Bercov and Ben Parfitt: More than intentions needed for B.C. forests  first appeared

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In-Sights: Hypocrisy

on at the centre of national policy making chooses to leave government to work on the climate crisis. She is silent about her government dedication to expanding fossil fuel production, including Alberta tar sands bitumen, the the dirtiest fossil fuel on the planet.

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Scripturient: Chris Potts Nails It

Nailed it! In his latest blog post, former Town of Collingwood employee, Chris Potts writes about our council’s ill-conceived plan to hire a “climate change specialist” to add to the already egregiously expensive and bloated town payroll that taxpayers are burdened with: The Town of Collingwood seems to just hire

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