Ralph Surette

Columnists
Jan 31, 2011

Lessons from Australia on climate change

I'm back from Australia, where my wife and I spent a month visiting family. By the time we left, the catastrophic floods of Queensland were occurring to a degree unprecedented in recorded history.
Columnists
Nov 22, 2010

The destructiveness of war-mongering

To even think about the remote chance of peace worldwide, and a world order that encourages it, is also to reflect on how relentlessly militarized our entire reality is becoming.
Columnists
Sep 27, 2010

The twisted politics of the gun registry

In itself, the gun issue and Wednesday's vote on the registry is not all that important. The issue is almost all symbolism, emotion, ideology and twisted politics, with hardly a real fact in sight.
Columnists
Sep 6, 2010

New Brunswick has a fiscal mal de ventre

Watch the New Brunswick election for an eye-opener. Thanks to continuous tax cuts, which are great for shoppers but not great for debt, New Brunswick's finances are spiralling out of control.

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