Last updated Monday, Nov. 21, 2011
Working in Vancouver for the past several months has allowed me to spend fall in one of the most spectacular cities in the world, amid the natural splendor and wilderness wonder of British Columbia.
It’s been a reminder to me of the close partnership Canadians and Americans have forged as neighbours, bound by geography, history and culture reaching back to our national beginnings. Over the generations, these bonds of common experience and identity have combined to create something even more important: the values we share around the need to stand up for the lands we treasure and love.
Today, together, we need to stand up once more, because the lands we treasure and love are imperilled by a threat we must meet as one.Read the Rest Here