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Back to the Massey Bridge-Out to Tender

That 3.5 billion dollar project that just seems to go ahead regardless of public input  from others in Metro Vancouver or from other Mayors has just reached another (no pun intended) milestone-it’s out for preliminary construction work tender. 243 more words


La larga cuesta abajo del petróleo en América

Accesible e interesante análisis de Demian Morassi sobre la energía en el continente americano.

Publicado originalmente en La Izquierda Diario y republicado en Sur y Sur… 1,545 more words

Peak Oil

Splash and Sleep at Tsawwassen Mills Mega Mall

The Vancouver Sun reports that the waterpark located to the west of the 1.2 million square foot  Tsawwassen Mills Mall is going to reopen with a new 99 year leaseholder, the Executive Hotels and Resorts. 292 more words


2017: The Year When the World Economy Starts Coming Apart

Some people would argue that 2016 was the year that the world economy started to come apart, with the passage of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. 3,877 more words

Financial Implications

when the soil dries up...

January 7th: another day, another walk, but feeling stronger, I ventured out as far as the next village rather than just around my home village. The quietude of country lanes, the smells of damp leaves and grass, the soft squelch through muddy puddles, the glimpses of birds flitting in and out of trees and hedges, the sight of sheep grazing in nearby fields (as in the photo above that I took today), the sudden shafts of bright light slipping through scudding clouds. 359 more words

Climate Change

Do Busy Roads Cause Dementia?

The BBC has reported on a Canadian study published in the Lancet that suggests that people living within fifty meters of a major road have higher rates of dementia. 196 more words