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No-go for Kyoto?
How the harper government is dealing with "the most important document on the face of the earth"
BY SUNIL ANGRISH

So is it sayonara Kyoto? Ever since the Conservatives won the last federal election, many people have been asking whether the Kyoto protocol, ratified by the previous Liberal government in 2002, might go the way of the dodo. Conservatives have long said they would want a “made-in-Canada” plan, arguing Kyoto targets are simply unachievable and unrealistic. Others disagree...


Testing.Testing.
Bambi's mother had it easy compared to these laboratory animals

BY SANDRA BRATOVIC
The month of May has seen animal rights activists in the United Kingdom take different strategies instead of the standard peaceful demonstration. Activists sent threatening letters to shareholders of the pharmaceutical giant Glaxo-SmithKline, a company known to use animals for testing...

Zoo-urns
Three quarters of Ontario's zoos failed last year's WSPA report
BY JESSICA MILLER
Three quarters of Ontario Zoos received an overall failing grade in the 2005 World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) report.  The report says that animals and people are in danger from unsecured cages and barriers at some of these zoos...

Watts Up
Lights will be out around the CN Tower unless Toronto gets more power
BY STUART SERVICE

A trio of women in their seventies stand outside the doors of the Crowne Plaza auditorium singing homemade anti-nuclear energy hymns. They chant, “So you want world war three, but you don’t have nuclear technology,” while sporting sweaters and hats covered in buttons with environmental activist group slogans...


       
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