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by Harvey Oberfeld on Sunday Feb 27 2011

There’s a really BIG difference between being an aspiring politician and being an elected one; and there’s a huge difference between being an aspiring premier and holding the office, especially when not elected to the post by the people. The people must therefore depend more than ever on the media to speak our concerns, raise our questions and canvass our issues.

by Harvey Oberfeld on Sunday Feb 27 2011

There’s a really BIG difference between being an aspiring politician and being an elected one; and there’s a huge difference between being an aspiring premier and holding the office, especially when not elected to the post by the people. The people must therefore depend more than ever on the media to speak our concerns, raise our questions and canvass our issues.

by Harvey Oberfeld on Sunday Feb 27 2011

There’s a really BIG difference between being an aspiring politician and being an elected one; and there’s a huge difference between being an aspiring premier and holding the office, especially when not elected to the post by the people. The people must therefore depend more than ever on the media to speak our concerns, raise our questions and canvass our issues.

by Anonymous on Saturday Feb 26 2011

 Two individuals are in custody after eleven secondary school students were injured in a firearms incident near a school Auchinleck Academy, in East Ayrshire, Scotland, yesterday afternoon. Police have said they are carrying out "extensive enquiries" into the incident, which reportedly involved an air gun or BB gun.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Feb 26 2011

By The Council of Canadians

The Harper government is using the Canada-European Union trade talks to lobby the EU on its climate policy, according to recently released briefing notes.

But the connections between the proposed agreement and needed regulation of the tar sands doesn't end there.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Feb 26 2011

By The Council of Canadians

The Harper government is using the Canada-European Union trade talks to lobby the EU on its climate policy, according to recently released briefing notes.

But the connections between the proposed agreement and needed regulation of the tar sands doesn't end there.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Saturday Feb 26 2011

By The Council of Canadians

The Harper government is using the Canada-European Union trade talks to lobby the EU on its climate policy, according to recently released briefing notes.

But the connections between the proposed agreement and needed regulation of the tar sands doesn't end there.

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