The alarm has been sounded, time and again. Not only by the so-called peaceniks, but also by successive secretaries general of the UN, Nobel laureates, and even old Cold Warriors.
The remains of the Prefectural Industry Promotion Building in Hiroshima, Japan, on Sept. 1, 1945, after it was hit by an atomic bomb on Aug. 6 of that year. Earl Turcotte says all the signs are there that another catastrophe could come. UN photograph by DB
The day after the next nuclear detonation, it will all be so clear: what we could have done—what we should have done—to prevent it.
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Unless Trudeau plans to be out on these streets, fighting against police brutality or in cabinet drafting legislation to curb police powers, his, and all the other white voices of his ilk, have no merit here.
'I do agree that things need to be implemented as quickly as possible. We could've done this a lot sooner. The good news is that we’re doing it now and announcing it today,' says Transport Minister Marc Garneau.