Waaap, I hit the animals jugular vein with a number 12 needle. Blood spurted. I was in the vein. The rubber tubing was attached to the needle and I began adjusting the flow of chloral hydrate into the vein.
Commerce Resources Corp. has completed a tally of its 2012 work on its Blue River project, which the company hope will one day yield a Tantalum and Niobium mine. The company reports that “the geological, […]
The Province’s Columbia River Treaty Review is underway and this time around, the government has decided to consult with the regions affected by the treaty. Since 1974, the Columbia River Treaty with the US was […]
There was a time when honour was valued. Or so your typical lament about the good old days often starts, or finishes. Most conversations usually contrast the good old days to the not-so-good present days, […]
I answered an automated phone survey some months ago, asking my opinion on the possible expansion of Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline. The survey was being done (if I remember correctly) for an Albertan politician, […]
What makes a community forest different from another harvesting company? The purpose of a community forest is a noble one – to put more control in the hands of local people, whether a local government, […]
Internet safety means we need to be vigilant in our supervision of our children as they learn to access the internet, to teach them that they are responsible for everything they send, every time they press enter. […]