When you happen to be a foreign-funded lobby group operating in Canada attempting to masquerade as a Canadian nationalist lobby group, the opportunities to gain some street cred are few and far between.
Don't bother telling this to the George Soros-funded Avaaz. They know full well. So that may be the best reason why they're constantly in search of a nationalist crisis.
The recent results have been amusing, to say the least. The George Soros-funded Avaaz's crisis of the month for January 2011 is, apparently, that the Canadian government may allow a steel walkway to be built in Jasper National Park by an American-owned company.
This, you see, would have the unfortunate effect of allowing private enterprise to build a facility that would allow tourists -- Canadians and foreigners alike -- to enjoy the Jasper icefields.
Which would be a shame, really. Not.
Apparently, the folks at Avaaz have overlooked one not-so-minor detail about the Canadian people: we like being able to enjoy our mountains. We also like it when people come from around the world to enjoy our mountains.