- Lawrence Solomon: Amazon doesn’t compete in the free market. It should have to.
- Lawrence Solomon: Cyclists are just bloody collateral damage in the climate change wars
- Are bike lanes safe?
- Lawrence Solomon: Rip out the bike lanes — before more innocent people get hurt
- Lawrence Solomon: How ‘road diets’ are making our car commutes even more painful
Category Archives: Forestry
(December 11, 2002) It’s NAFTA’s 10th anniversary and what a great decade for the environment it’s been. Sulphur dioxide emissions are down, ground level ozone levels are down, inhalable airborne particle levels are down and energy efficiency is up. Our air is clearer, our water is cleaner and, as a by-product, we’re healthier, too. Continue reading
(March 30, 2002) Only a Toronto-based, left-leaning, corporate-hating. . . globalization-conspiracy theorist like Lawrence Solomon could come up with the strange and twisted logic used to justify forest land privatization in parts of Canada which he clearly has never visited (Natural Value, March 26). Continue reading
(March 26, 2002) Don’t believe all the census hype claiming that Canadians are indiscriminately abandoning rural areas for the cities. Canadians love living in the countryside when the countryside stays true to the rural ideals. Continue reading
(March 26, 2002) With six weeks to go before the United States actually imposes a 29% tariff on Canadian softwood lumber, there’s still time for the politicians to work out a compromise. Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew obviously had that in mind yesterday when he tempered his rhetoric and urged the provinces to sit tight and wait for the negotiation process to run its course. He particularly resisted calls for retaliation. We don’t need an escalating trade war. Continue reading