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This is a hard question to deal with, because I generally try to avoid negativity on this blog. I know that I whine about work and everyone has ups and downs in their life, but I try not to dwell on those things here. On the other hand, I have definitely discussed Bad News stories on this blog. Perhaps the most notable being the posts documenting the cuts to Parks Canada archaeology by the Federal Government which peaked in the spring of 2012. I've really tried to restrict my rants on this topic, because Parks Canada does a lot of very good archaeology and the archaeologists left with the Agency do outstanding work. Of course, the dozens of archaeologists laid off in 2012 also did excellent work and its not their fault that Canadians somehow elected one of the most aggressively anti-science and anti-environment federal governments that any developed nation has ever had to cope with.
1,2: Tim Rast
3: Screen Capture from Parks Canada's Archaeology webpage4: Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flypaper