Michelle Stirling Anosh

We will pay for oilsands monitoring

The new federal environmental monitoring plan stopped me short on Page 11 of the first part on Air Monitoring. There is an image that shows the NO2 (nitrous oxide) monitoring related to North America. We’re a little pale dot compared to the bright orange and red gash of pollution down east in Canada and the U.S. and California.

America’s economic woes too close for comfort

America teeters on the brink of economic disaster — President Barack Obama and the Republican opposition can’t decide whether to put the country in deeper debt now, before the Aug. 2 debt default deadline, or later. But neither seem interested in solving the underlying problem.

Hobbema doesn’t have to be a ghetto

Hobbema problems will continue unless we are all more proactive.

Tides are against fair comment

Canada Day recently passed. And here’s a question for you. Do you want to change the identity of Canada?

What if Erin Pizzey is right?

“Women’s Liberation, if not the most extreme, then certainly the most influential neo-Marxist movement in America, has done to the American home what communism did to the Russian economy, and most of the ruin is irreversible.

Long live ‘The Studhorse Man’

A naked man narrating a mad tale in a bathtub. A passing Indian on a bicycle. Bones for war.

Time to declare Eco-Hypocrisy Day

It’s time for “International Save the Tar Sands from Eco-Hypocrisy Day” — every day. We need to stand up and say to these self-righteous international environmentalists who want to tell us what to do with our oil sands: “Clean up your own backyard.”