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by Contributor on Thursday Nov 04 2010

 Ed Broadbent, one of Canada’s most respected progressive sages, sat down with the CCPA’s Trish Hennessy to talk about the Canada he grew up in and how it’s changed over his lifetime. During this candid conversation -- in Mr. Broadbent’s own Ottawa backyard -- he reflects on the profound shift away from equality.

by Contributor on Thursday Nov 04 2010

 Ed Broadbent, one of Canada’s most respected progressive sages, sat down with the CCPA’s Trish Hennessy to talk about the Canada he grew up in and how it’s changed over his lifetime. During this candid conversation -- in Mr. Broadbent’s own Ottawa backyard -- he reflects on the profound shift away from equality.

by Contributor on Thursday Nov 04 2010

 Ed Broadbent, one of Canada’s most respected progressive sages, sat down with the CCPA’s Trish Hennessy to talk about the Canada he grew up in and how it’s changed over his lifetime. During this candid conversation -- in Mr. Broadbent’s own Ottawa backyard -- he reflects on the profound shift away from equality.

by Anonymous on Wednesday Nov 03 2010

 Fifteen people were shot dead on Wednesday in the western Mexican state of Nayarit. The attack occurred in a car wash in the city of Tepic, and, according to the state attorney general, was the work of a drug cartel. All 15 killed were workers at the Gamboa car wash.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 02 2010

Nina Chestney, Reuters

Ever wondered how one person could save the planet from the effects of climate change? A British-made computer game on trial release Monday creates different ways of doing just that.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 02 2010

Nina Chestney, Reuters

Ever wondered how one person could save the planet from the effects of climate change? A British-made computer game on trial release Monday creates different ways of doing just that.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Tuesday Nov 02 2010

Nina Chestney, Reuters

Ever wondered how one person could save the planet from the effects of climate change? A British-made computer game on trial release Monday creates different ways of doing just that.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Oct 28 2010

Bill Chappell, National Public Radio

Sockeye salmon are making their run up the Fraser River in numbers not seen since 1913.

More than 34 million salmon are reportedly in the BC river system, befuddling scientists who last year tallied less than two million fish.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Oct 28 2010

Bill Chappell, National Public Radio

Sockeye salmon are making their run up the Fraser River in numbers not seen since 1913.

More than 34 million salmon are reportedly in the BC river system, befuddling scientists who last year tallied less than two million fish.

by Nelson Daily Staff on Thursday Oct 28 2010

Bill Chappell, National Public Radio

Sockeye salmon are making their run up the Fraser River in numbers not seen since 1913.

More than 34 million salmon are reportedly in the BC river system, befuddling scientists who last year tallied less than two million fish.

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