Author archive:
Monte Paulsen

May 2010
The Princess of Pot
With her husband Marc in jail, Jodie Emery, a Green Party candidate in the next federal election, will inherit his cannabis empire
June 2009
Off the Rails
How Canada fell from leader to laggard in high-speed rail, and why that needs to change
September 2006
Far from Home
Are we alone in the vastness of space? Or is the universe filled with life? After thousands of years of guesswork, humankind may soon know for sure.
April 2006
A History of the Loonie, in Eight Pieces
The bird is hot. That flaxen-hued coin in your pocket is worth more than it has been since it was created in 1987. Economists predict it will fetch ninety cents or more against the US dollar before the end of the year, thanks to high prices for commoditie
January 2006
A Gentle Revolution
All they wanted was to slow the pace of development in their territory. But by the time their 254-day sit-in concluded, the elders had reshaped the Tahltan Nation
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