As we try to work for a better future, the Grand Prix represents everything we should leave behind.
Montreal filmmaker Matthieu Rytz’s documentary Anote’s Ark tells the story of a global warming disaster in progress.
It’s an Orwellian (and Harperian) kibosh on the message vs. a vanishing messenger.
Our planet is critically ill, and government and industry can’t cure it alone. We have to step up.
Get ready for anti-austerity protests of every stripe in Quebec, and new leadership in Ottawa. But the biggest story of the year will be a global one.
While we waste time panicking about jihadists and bacteria, real threats to human survival are actually coming to get us.
We should all take part in the global People’s Climate March this month. This can’t wait till we vote Stephen Harper out of office next year.
While our government continues to manufacture problems and solutions, our real issues are becoming more serious.