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  • Canada's dirty oilScott Stockdale
    September 8, 2013

    With people from all over the world coming to Canada because they have a vested interest in developing pipelines to transport Canada's heavy oil from Alberta, primarily westward to the Pacific coast - and also possibly eastward to Ontario and Quebec - is it any wonder that environmental concerns are not the primary concerns of these investors?

  • Edward Snowden didn't break any law but the US government didScott Stockdale
    September 9, 2013

    On June 5, The Guardian newspaper released a top secret order of the US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC)that ordered a business division of Verizon Communications to provide "on an ongoing daily basis" metadata for all telephone calls "wholly within the United States, including local telephone calls" and all calls made "between the United States and abroad."

  • Bombing Syria is a war crime Scott Stockdale
    September 9, 2013

    Although it appears to be an open and closed case for bombing Syria, with international observers having overwhelmingly confirmed that Syrian President Assad is complicit in the preponderance of war crimes and crimes against humanity against the Syrian people, Prof. Noam Chomsky said bombing Syria without UN approval would be a war crime, regardless of Congressional approval.

  • Legalizing physician assisted suicide?Scott Stockdale
    October 22, 2013

    As Quebec prepares to pass Bill 52, which will legalize physician assisted suicide, two of Canada's distinguished academics expressed diametrically opposing views on the issue.

  • Academics examine the events of 9/11Scott Stockdale
    October 8, 2013

    The 2001 anthrax attacks in the United States were a false flag operation meant to provide a doorway into 9/11, according to Graeme MacQueen, professor emeritus and founder of the Centre of Peace Studies at McMaster University.

  • Cairo: An interview with Dr. Tyseer Aboulnasr Scott Stockdale
    October 8, 2013

    Despite the heavy death toll on Egyptians of all backgrounds, Dr. Tyseer Aboulnasr, former Professor of Electrical Engineering in the School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa, and Professor at the University of British Columbia, said she still thinks demonstrations that led to the ouster of President Morsi, and the bloody aftermath, were a price that had to be paid to stop the systemic destruction of Egypt as a state.

  • Plastic bottled water not good for youScott Stockdale
    October 22, 2013

    A populace increasingly concerned about both health and environmental issues may help to explain the increasing popularity of water in plastic bottles. The World Bank estimates the bottled water market at $800 billion. Though blessed with an abundance of clean water, the U.S. now consumes more bottled water than any other country, piling up enough empty bottles to run the circumference of the equator every 27 hours.

  • Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group - periodScott Stockdale
    November 5, 2013

    When gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on a crowd of wedding guests outside a Coptic Christian church, in the Waraa district of Cairo recently, it was but part of an escalating campaign of deadly attacks against Christians in Egypt, in the wake of the ouster of president Morsi. The attacks target mainly Christians - whom the Muslim Brotherhood blames for the ouster of president Morsi - and police and army personnel.

  • Pearl Harbor and 9/11Scott Stockdale
    November 5, 2013

    The similarities between Pearl Harbor and 9/11, that award-winning film-maker Massimo Mazzucco documents in his film September 11 - The New Pearl Harbor, is but the beginning of a film which thoroughly debunks the official version of 9/11.

  • Independent inquiry neededScott Stockdale
    January 16, 2014

    Canadians deserve to know the truth about the ongoing senate scandal and an independent enquiry may be the only way they will ever have of finding this ever-elusive truth.

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