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Column from Alex Atamanenko, Southern Interior MP, from May 7 Gazette.
As witnessed in the documentary Sharkwater, shark finning is repulsive, immoral and largely driven by organized crime.
I had the pleasure of visiting Princeton Co-Generation along with Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen director Brad Hope.
In some parts of the country, Aboriginal rights were recognized and affirmed under historic treaties.
MP Alex Atamanenko's multi-part column on the First Nations begins with First Nations' issues in a historical context.
Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty announced his budget recently and MP Alex Atamanenko says it leaves a lot to be desired.
The federal NDP is organizing consultations on the future of health care in our country.
In my previous column, I mentioned I attended a conference entitled, “Making Waves – Sinking the Harper Agenda.”
The Council of Canadians' October AGM had a panel that discussed the "high tax and high spend" policies of places like Sweden.
Community forests are commonly referred to as a “small tenure”, but their hopes and aspirations are anything but small.
B.C.’s forest-based communities are facing dramatic changes due to a range of ecological and economic factors.
Consumers and business owners alike make choices that impact the strength of our economy, including whether to shop local.
As Canada prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan in 2014, it is time to reflect on the future role of our military in the world.
Officials elected should drive policies that address the diversity of our communities’ economic, social and environmental needs.
Although there is a divide between French and English Canada, the differences are often celebrated.
The federal gov't and PM Harper have transformed Canada to something closely aligned with the "corporate business agenda."
MP Alex Atamanenko, for B.C. Southern Interior, provides tips for students filing tax returns.
As expressed in my last column, it has been difficult over the past year to work with the current federal Conservative majority government.
B.C. Southern Interior MP, the federal NDP's Alex Atamanenko discusses the year that was 2011 on the federal government level.
The reality is that 12 million Canadians lack a workplace pension plan. Only one in four Canadians can afford to purchase RRSPs each year.