Tuesday, March 26, 2013

This Apex Predator Is Now a Cannibal—Thanks to Climate Change
Crockford called polar bears a “conservation success story,” because hunting restrictions that began in 1973 helped increase the total population “from around 10,000 to between 20,000 and 25,000” today.
Sun News : Gov't-owned bank paid at least $30Gs to Al Gore's climate change charity
OTTAWA - The Conservative government is in league with American climate change crusader Al Gore and the David Suzuki Foundation, QMI Agency has learned.

The government-owned Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) has contributed at least $30,000 to Gore's Climate Reality Project Canada, which has its headquarters inside the Suzuki Foundation's Montreal office space...The Canadian Taxpayers Federation says BDC has its priorities mixed up.

"Somebody needs to give BDC's managers a lesson in financial reality," CTF federal director Gregory Thomas said. "They say they put entrepreneur success at the heart of everything they do, but by funding U.S.-based eco-warriors they're really trying to put a good chunk of Canadian small business out of business."

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