and the Province of Alberta, in particular? See how CBC's article is so very keen to note what they themselves probably in all likelihood MADE someone say at the protests in London, UK, so they could use that line in their reporting.
The first stop for many in the march was the headquarters of BP, the large British-based oil company, because of its relationship Alberta's tar sands project. "We have to leave the tar sands oil in the ground," said one of the speakers.
CBC is hell bent on trying to get Albertans out of jobs so they can be on the Govt's teats like the sucklings in Ontario and Quebec. Are the idiots at CBC so blind and partisan that they are clamoring to shut down production at the Oil Sands and thus put thousands of people out of work? What is wrong with CBC ? It is all the more galling because we the taxpayers are paying the fat salaries of these people thus enabling them to shaft us royally.
I went through at least a dozen online media articles on the protests to see if I could find a reference to the Canadian Oil Sands or "Tar" sands as the CBC likes to tell us again and again to tarnish the image of the Oil discovery of the century, but I could find not one mention .... NOT A ONE.
CBC hunting for adverse news on Canada and on the Canadian govt makes them an entity which I consider to be traitorous and blatantly so. What are we going to do about this situation? Why cannot we call for a referendum to fire all the top brass at CBC and replace them with people who have at least a modicum of common sense.
Here are some links to some of the newspapers on the topic of the protests.
IntheNews TimesOnLine GoogleHostedNews VOA ReutersCanada