If the B.C. government won't come to its senses and reverse the regional board's decision and permanently protect the area, Prime Minister Stephen Harper ought to find a way. Harper could think of it as a fitting payback to the lumber industry that has embarrassed him over his softwood lumber deal, and at the same time as a way of winning back some of the environmental support his government has lost over the retreat from the Kyoto climate-change accord.Anyone in the PMO reading the Edmonton Journal? You might want to pass this on to the Harper.
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