Christopher Majka is a biologist, environmentalist, policy analyst, and arts advocate. A personal friend of Franke James, he refers to her as follows: A wicked thorn in the side of Stephen Harper; a woman fiercely passionate about the pressing need to...
I am pleased to feature this article by Franke James. Her artwork and visual essays have been featured in other posts on BoomerWarrior (Rolly Montpellier ~ Editor). Article and artwork by Franke James As political journalist, Susan Delacourt, reported in the Toronto Star,...
Franke James' Banned on the Hill Campaign has the potential to not only embarrass the Harper Government but also add another nail in the coffin of the Conservatives who have been plagued by scandals, corruption, lies, criminal investigations and...
I'm angry, I'm frustrated and I can no longer just accept the things I cannot change. I WANT TO CHANGE THE THINGS I CANNOT ACCEPT (Editor ~ RollyMontpellier). The Group of Eight - G8 Group of Eight, is an assembly of...
The film Revolution picks up from where Rob Stewart's Sharkwater  tour ends. Sharkwater, a film about saving the sharks, was successful in raising awareness within the conservation movement and prompted shark fin bans and the creation of dozens of conservation groups around the...
As long as the Earth was big compared to human demands, economic growth could often provide the wealth needed to lift people out of poverty. Now that human demands practically fill the Earth's ability to provide the resources we...
This is the third blog by Jim Harris and Tyler Elm in a weekly series on how sustainability can save business. Previously posted on HuffPost. (Editor) Jim Harris Many Canadians are trying to do more with less during this economy of...
Common Sense is a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine. It was first published anonymously on January 10, 1776, at the beginning of the American Revolution. The phrase "Common Sense Revolution" has been used as a political slogan to describe 'common sense conservative' platforms in...
The Ottawa protest was well attended by 500-600 people according to RCMP officials I spoke with. Although the focus was on the construction of the Keystone pipeline, many who attended were also protesting the Harper government’s laughable performance on...