When you get to the end of a long career in politics, law and culture it's important to collaborate with the next generation, and share life lessons.
A noir thriller where a cut-loose politician uncovers the theft of Canadian resources. He tries to look the other direction until he realizes his life is in danger.
An inquiry into the social, economic, and environmental impact of a large-scale pipeline to take Arctic gas to United States through Canada.
1. Pearson the Lesser .
ACTA VICTORIANA. Volume 88.
2. Farewell to a tough New Dealer.
The Vancouver Sun.
3. The Consumer Class Action.
The Advocate. Vol. 72. Part 4, July 2014.
4. International Narcotics Control.
The American Journal of International Law. Vol. 64, No 2, April 1970.
5. Don’t count Hong Kong out.
The Vancouver Sun. pg. A6, November 15, 1983.
6. Bargaining for survival.
The Sun. pg. A6, October 5, 1985.
7. Bringing the world to justice.
The Globe and Mail. Pg A19, October 12, 1992.
8. Something’s rotten in Ottawa.
The Globe and Mail. August 8, 1991.
9. Starting over.
The Vancouver Sun. pg. A15, March 22, 1994.
10. A force to reckon with. How and why international court would help keep peace.
The Vancouver Sun. pg. A17, October 10, 1992.
11. Why Young People Don’t Vote.
12. Blue Gold.
May 26, 2016.
13. Why Trudeau won in Canada.
March 18, 2016.
14. The Real Story of the Patriation of Canada's Constitution
Vancouver Sun, February 6th, 2018