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I signed this letter designed by LeadNow today and added my comments (in italics).

Dear Honourable Christy Clark, I am concerned about the impacts of the Canada-China Foreign Investment Protection Agreement (FIPA) on British Columbians.

If the Canada-China FIPA passes, China’s companies could sue Canada if any Canadian government – including our . . . → Read More: FIPA

The Final Countdown to Treason

Tweet Tomorrow is the last day to stop the ratification of Harper’s secret treaty with China. Elizabeth May (bless her parliamentarian soul) has been active and vocal against this secret, closed door deal.  Signed by Harper in Russia, of all places. Quietly tabled last month with no disclosure, no debate, none of that government . . . → Read More: The Final Countdown to Treason

the fix


Andrew MacLeod at The Tyee had late breaking news yesterday from the Acting Chief Electoral Officer, Craig James. He’s the guy I talked about here, who arbitrarily and without explanation, fired the Deputy Chief Electoral Officer in a sudden bid to re-organise the previously non partisan organisation. Apparently he has decided to return . . . → Read More: the fix

Shenanigans at Elections BC.

Tweet Further to my first post about the Battle in BC over the HST.  Back when the petition was approved, the Chief Electoral Officer in the province was Harry Neufeld, he personally okayed the wording and approved the petition to go forward.  That may have been a career-ending decision for him, because, on the . . . → Read More: Shenanigans at Elections BC.