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Canada cannot sidestep the preponderance of American might, University of Alberta political science professor and author Tom Keating told an attentive audience on Nov. 29. In his lecture Playing in the Bush League: American Unilateralism and Canadian Foreign Policy, Keating stressed Canada's role in maintaining a global balance of power.

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The threat of climate change, Canada's ecological responsibilities and the role of individuals in the global 'green' community were merely a few of the topics discussed Monday night during a lecture by Elizabeth May. The audience at Congregation Shaar Hashomayim's Adilman Lectureship on the Environment series were privy to May's first public address as leader of Canada's National Green Party.