Monday, April 30, 2007

Wait, what colour is it again?

One day in the life of the London Free Press

Opposition backs Gore stance
The onslaught of criticism over the government's new green plan continued yesterday, with opposition leaders coming to the defence of former U.S. vice-president Al Gore's scathing remarks.

May preaches green gospel
Preaching in London about the threat of climate change, Green party Leader Elizabeth May brought herself to tears yesterday, not for children who will inherit the Earth, but for the God she believes created it.

Earth Day turnout way up
Perfect weather and a renewed interest in all things green drew what may have been a record crowd yesterday to Earth Day festivities in London.

Nuns' home gold standard in green
Their roots lie in 17th-century France, but the Sisters of St. Joseph in London are in the vanguard of Canada's green movement today.

Businesses push green initiatives

Every business wants to look green, but last week one got a rare chance to become the public face for corporate responsibility on the environment in Canada.

1 Comment:

Elaine said...

That was a glowtard day for sure. All that money wasted on making the geening of club nun, could have been sent to Africa to feed a village for a couple of years. Nunnery isn't what it used to be.

Anytime I see religion and whacked out cults supporting each other, it sends a chill up my spine.