Saskatchewan exports death

Jim Harding documented the uranium trail to the deathfields of Iraq in his book, Canada’s Deadly Secret .  The Dominion now reports on increased birth defects and cancers in the children of Iraq: “Cancer, Infant Mortality and Birth Sex-Ratio in Fallujah, Iraq 2005-2009,” a report in the July 2010 issue of the International Journal of ...

Right of Center Ice: Adding the Commissioner’s Award to my resume

Yesterday during the Gibson’s Canadian Footaball League Players Awards, CFL commissioner Mark Cohon presented the Commissioner’s Award to the Rider Nation. “Each year, I have the privilege of handing out the Commissioner’s Award to a person or group that has made an outstanding contribution to the development of Canadian football,” he said. “This year, the ...

The Wheatsheaf: Pine Riders

The cat is out of the bag – Saskatchewan MP’s are true pine riders. In the wake of the mighty potash decision, it has gone to light that thirteen of Saskatchewan’s fourteen Members of the House of Common are sheep. This is amazing considering that Saskatchewan is a grain growing province not known for its ...

Making up for lost time

Lots of stuff going on since I last posted here.  Besides the Rider’s being in the Western Semi-final today, I mean. Dr. Jim Harding, ardent no-nukes activist and author, has started a website to provide an archive of material related to the nuclear industry, renewable energy and other issues related to sustainable development. The great ...

A stream of nuke news

Grab a coffee or tea.  Find a snack.  Lots of linky news today so this could take a while! First up:  A Calgary nuke company, Kirrin Resources, is not going to expand its exploration for uranium in Quebec.  That’s good news for Quebec’s citizens.  Not so good for Saskatchewan though.  A few days ago, the ...