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Lower Mainland Events - January 12th, 2004 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 12 January 2004 12:02
 1. Community Agriculture - rally - Jan 14th; 2. Benefit for Iran - Jan 14th; 3. The Corporation - revolutionary film release - Jan 16th; 4. Wilderness Committee Events; 5. Neighbourhood Anti-Ballistic Missile Launch - Jan 17th; 6. Harvesting Clean Energy - conference - Jan 20th, 21st; 7. Shaping Stewardship Centre - workshop - Jan 24th; 8. SPUD Patrol - potato distribution - Jan 31st?; 9. David Rovics & friends - concert - Feb 20th; 10. Stop War - AGM - Feb 21st; 11. Animal Rights o­nline - newsletter; 12. Streamlining BC; 13. Conscience Canada Update; 14. Saving the Knowledge Network; 15. Co-op Radio; 16. Employment Opportunities; 17. Citizens' Assembly Underway; 18. Still Waiting for Equality; and Hello All Friends of "Friends of the Nemaiah Valley".
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Victoria & Islands Events - January 12th, 2003 PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 12 January 2004 11:56
 1. Movie Monday - Protection - Jan 12th; 2. Say NO to transit fare increases - Jan 13th; 3. Missile Defence o­n Talk TV - Jan 13th; 4. Independent Film - Slow Food Revolution - Jan 13th; 5. Saving Land Titles - Rally - Jan 14th; 6. Centre for Asia Pacific Initiatives - Jan 14th & 27th; 7. Greater Victoria Seniors - meeting - Jan 14th; 8. Green Party UVic - Adriane Carr - Jan 14, 15th; 9. Awareness Video Night - Plan Columbia - Jan 14th; 10. Activist Video Night - Children of Fire - Jan 16th; 11. Folk Music - Tom Rawson - Jan 18th; 12. Murray Dobbin and Paul Martin - book launch - Jan 19th; 13. Women In Black - Int'l Forum - Jan 19th; 14. Ancient Forests - film & presentation - Jan 22nd; 15. Forgiveness & Faith in Healing - workshops - Jan 25, 26th; 16. Human Rights Workshops - ICA - Feb; 17. EcoNews Excerpts; 18. Wilderness Committee Events; 19. Dancing & Drumming Workshops
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Bush Sought ?Way? To Invade Iraq? PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 12 January 2004 03:34
CBS show 60 Minutes brings out some early intrigue in the Bush Whitehouse as fired Treasury Secretary pushes new ?tell all? book.
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International law and Iraq's new economy PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 12 January 2004 03:26
Scribe Daphne Eviatar writes in the New York Times that the legality of the changes to the economic infrastructure being made by the occupying force is questionable under international law, Free-Market Iraq? Not So Fast. ?In a stroke, L. Paul Bremer III, who heads the Coalition Provisional Authority, wiped out longstanding Iraqi laws that restricted foreigners' ability to own property and invest in Iraqi businesses. The rule, known as Order 39, allows foreign investors to own Iraqi companies fully with no requirements for reinvesting profits back into the country, something that had previously been restricted by the Iraqi constitution to citizens of Arab countries.?
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Boreal Framework - The Caccia Letter PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 12 January 2004 01:31
World Wildlife Fund: I received an email of the following letter with the compliments of Charles Caccia, M.P. for Davenport, o­ntario.  As you are aware, Mr. Caccia speaks for the Government of Canada as the Chair of the House of Commons Standing Committee o­n Environment and Sustainable Development.  I understand that he has the lead o­n this issue and I encourage everyone interested in boreal development and conservation issues to read it carefully.
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Star Wars Update PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 January 2004 12:56
I wonder if others were surprised by the fact that Martin did not just go ahead and say "we're joining." [BMD] This seems to be a tactical error in our favour, because now the issue will be drawn out over the coming months and as the reports are saying, the final agreement will not be made until after the election. If he had just signed-on, then there would have been some pain for a few days, and the issue would have cooled off long before the election. Now, we have a real opportunity to make this an election issue.
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Cruise missiles, drones could slip past US shield PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 January 2004 12:38

Ottawa Citizen: Low-flying cruise missiles or unmanned drones outfitted with weapons of mass destruction could be used by other countries to slip under the Pentagon'smissile defence shield, according to a Department of National Defencereport. The development of the shield could also contribute to the spread of weaponsof mass destruction as nations upgrade their missile arsenals and seek new methods to counter the U.S. system, military analysts warn.

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One Million Species Under Threat PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 January 2004 03:20
More than a million species of plants and animals, representing a quarter of all life o­n land, are at risk of extinction within 50 years, according to a new scientific study. The study has revealed the main culprit of the biodiversity threat is the production of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, by cars and industry that effectively trap heat in the Earth?s atmosphere, causing global warming.
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LEFT COAST EVENTS - Victoria & Islands - January 5th, 2003 PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 11 January 2004 03:08

11. Remembering Erni; 12. Folk Music - Mary Murphy & Paul Keim - Jan 11th; 13. Island Breakthrough o­n Missile Defense - Salt Spring - Jan 17th; 14. Night of the Spirit - Benefit for Iraq Families - Jan 17th; 15. Public Meeting - Crofton - Jan 20th; 16. Live Music - Victoria; 17. Surviving Economic Terrorism

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Angry MPs oppose missile defence: Backbenchers slam Pratt over planned talks with US PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 10 January 2004 17:10
Ottawa Citizen: Backbench Liberals are rebelling against their government's plan to begin missile-defence talks with the United States, saying Defence Minister David Pratt is "sticking his neck out" by forging ahead without caucus support. The MPs reacted angrily to Mr. Pratt's move to seek more information o­n the plan after CanWest News Service disclosed yesterday that a Canadian defence department document last year warned the missile-defence shield risks paving the way for the placement of weapons into space.
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