Ian Carey
Ian Carey is a former Little League All-Star game MVP. He once hit two key free throws during the dying seconds of an important rec league basketball game while at least 8 onlookers were in the gym.

Most recently Ian won the World Series with the Toronto Blue Jays on MLB 2K11, and frequently watches at least four football games on Sundays.

His book "When Boxing was, like, Ridiculously Racist" is available on Itunes, Amazon, and other places Ebooks are sold

Entries by Ian Carey

Civil Disobedience Isn't Helping Your Cause

(52) Comments | Posted July 12, 2015 | 9:43 PM

Last week, activists protesting the climate summit blocked off a street near where I live. Not a big inconvenience for me since my schedule for the day only included binge watching Shark Week, but it was met with a fair amount of negativity from those I share a building with.

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What is so "Public" About the Enbridge Hearings?!

(9) Comments | Posted May 29, 2012 | 1:36 PM

Public hearings are rarely closed to the public.

But that's exactly what happened on Wednesday at the National Energy Board (NEB) hearings in London, Ontario to review Enbridge's Line 9 proposal -- the first part of Enbridge's plan to construct a route to transport tar sands oil through...

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Oil Spills Happen

(3) Comments | Posted January 31, 2012 | 11:17 AM

Canada has one of the best backyards on the planet. Our Boreal Forest is the largest intact forest in the world and spans 1.3 billion acres. In addition to providing a carbon sink for CO2 emissions, the Boreal is home to many species of wolves, caribou, and bears, as well...

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How Do You Bring Up Climate Change at the Dinner Table?

(20) Comments | Posted January 5, 2012 | 6:57 AM

Recently, Russell McLendon published a great article titled "How to Talk to your Uncle about Climate
Change." The article was handy enough that instead of jotting down talking points to prepare myself for the inevitable holiday dinner table discussion last month, I just emailed the article to...

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