Harper Panders on Trade – May 20, 2006
In WTO negotiations, federal Conservatives are compromising the interests of the vast majority of farmers to protect a privileged few.
The Multiplier Effect – April 24, 2006
The elimination of trade barriers like subsidies and tariffs could increase the world's wealth by as much a $2 trillion.
Eco-imperialism Won't Save the Environment – December 29, 2004
Mr. Driessen calls this "eco-imperialism," an effective term that appeals to the disdain for the domination of vulnerable or weak societies by the more powerful. This resonates with rural Canadians, especially those engaged in the fur trade and commercial forestry, some of whom are the chief victims of this sort of arrogance.
Don't Throw out Biotech Baby with Environmental Bathwater – July 18, 2001
We've been hearing a lot of guff about "Franken-foods", the anti-science crowd's moniker for Genetically Modified Organisms. They claim that foodstuffs improved in the laboratory will turn us all into creatures from the Black Lagoon.