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Monthly Archives: August 2011


HuffPo on our new TV ads

Alykhan August 29, 2011

The Huffington Post has a good story on the launch of our new television ad campaign, with good work by reporter Althia Raj. The only thing that left us underwhelmed was the dial-a-criticism from Greenpeace’s Mike Hudema. That’s not Althia Raj’s fault: we know reporters try to get both sides of every story. It’s just… Continue Reading »


U.S. getting closer to more ethical oil?

Alykhan August 25, 2011

The Washington Post is reporting that the U.S. government could take one step closer tomorrow to approving the Keystone XL pipeline that will potentially deliver half-a-million barrels more of ethical, Canadian oil to American consumers. According to sources close to the State Department’s evaluation of the TransCanada Pipelines, the agency will release a ruling as… Continue Reading »



Alykhan August 24, 2011

LUSH cosmetics’ ethical hypocrisy was exposed this afternoon when two Niqab-wearing women protested the LUSH store in Ottawa, Canada. The protest drew attention to LUSH’s decision to actively attack Canada, a liberal democracy, and its ethical oil industry while profiting from the presence of LUSH stores in Saudi Arabia


Blame Andrew Nikiforuk

Alykhan August 24, 2011

Say this for the anti-oil sands entrepreneur and Greenpeace spin doctor Andrew Nikiforuk: he’s rarely boring. Sure, you might wear out your mouse-wheel plowing through his regular, 3,000-word anti-Canada screeds, but if you can make it, you’re bound to find some exceptionally eye-popping exaggerations that will have you positively in stitches. As we’ve noted before,… Continue Reading »


Will ethics come to Libya?

Alykhan August 24, 2011

By all accounts, the world is about to lose one of the most monstrous petro-tyrants in history: Muammar Gaddafi. The revolution against his 42-year autocracy appears to be nearly won. A list of all Gaddafi’s brutalities— his vicious oppression at home and his murderous terrorism abroad —would be too long to get into here. But… Continue Reading »

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