Vol 1, No. 11

This week’s topics are:

California is using fracking wastewater to irrigate food crops – including organics – and that food is coming into Canada.

Hydroelectric power is creating big greenhouse gas problems.

Corporate Canada has wrecked our public health care system in order to privatize it.

Hurricanes, Fires, Droughts; is Mother Nature telling us something?

Vol 1, No. 10

This week’s topics are:

9/11 Revisited
Were the towers brought down by airplanes, or was this an example of controlled demolition. If it was the latter, what does that mean for the ongoing war on ‘terror’ and restriction of basic human rights?

Are vaccines really safe?
Merck, the makers of the MMR vaccine are being sued by its own scientists for falsifying data relating to the safety of the vaccine. Yet we are constantly being told that to deny the safety of vaccines is somehow ‘unscientific’.

Corporations have taken over our government. They control the media, and they run our country. What can we do about it?

Site C dam questioned by over 200 scholars.
Site C environmental damage is greater than for any Canadian project ever assessed, scholars contend in a letter to the government, as well as denying the legal obligations to First Nations.

Vol 1, No. 9

This week’s topics are:

NAFTA and Chapter 11
Canada wants to keep Chapter 11 in the North American Free Trade deal whereby special NAFTA tribunals – not federal courts – determine sanctions, if any. Since this affects mostly Canadian environmental laws that foreign corporations can strike down, citizens are crying foul – but is our government listening?

The Opioid Crisis is big news this year. Thousands are dying, but who is responsible? Many say it is because of the pharmaceutical industries lack of oversight. In fact several of these companies are being sued over this issue because it is claimed they knew this drug was highly addictive and dangerous, but sadly, also very profitable.

Houston is flooding, wildfires are consuming the western hemisphere from California to British Columbia, and there is no end in sight from the ravages of Mother Nature upon our civilization, one that is based in oil, autos, and greed. Jack argues we need a new paradigm before we destroy what is left.

Why is Haiti the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere? Could it be that this nation has been impoverished by wealthier nations through the World Bank and the IMF? We take a look.