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  • Wake up call

    Blogpost by Shawn Patrick Stensil - September 4, 2007 at 12:20

    It’s about quarter to five in the morning.

    We woke up at 4 am to learn that the ship delivering the coal would be late. A ship crew member laughed on hearing this saying to me “It’s always like this. Rushing to wait.”

    I saw a one of the activists late... Read more >

  • Baby on board

    Blogpost by Shawn Patrick Stensil - September 4, 2007 at 12:18

    I’m about to have supper before this evening’s briefing on tomorrow’s action.

    The best part of this afternoon was the baby. A former Canadian Greenpeace ship-hand brought her son, Fisher, out for a visit.

    As happens with babies, everyone cooed and mad... Read more >

  • To Serve and Protect Ontario's Biggest Climate Killer

    Blogpost by Shawn Patrick Stensil - September 4, 2007 at 12:18

    I just finished lunch. Everyone is in good spirits here despite the ongoing police presence – two OPP boats, a Coast Guard ship and the occasional helicopter.

    I had conversation with the ship’s captain, Peter Bouquet. Interesting guy. He’s been work... Read more >

  • On board the Arctic Sunrise

    Blogpost by Shawn Patrick Stensil - September 4, 2007 at 12:13

    I got on the Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise last night. We’ve brought the ship to Ontario to tour of the Great Lakes and to bring attention to the McGuinty government’s dirty electricity plan and to push for the green alternatives.

    Our timing co... Read more >

  • NDP says yes to Kyoto no to nukes

    Blogpost by Shawn Patrick Stensil - August 13, 2007 at 5:56
    With 59 days left until the Ontario election, the New Democratic Party released its Green Lights energy plan on Saturday.  

    Its emphasis on efficiency, conservation and renewable energy is a much needed contribution to the energy debate, which until no... Read more >

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