Movies this week examine Russian corruption, hockey, American crime and health care in France

Leviathan, an Oscar possibility, Red Army, A Most Violent Year. They lead this week but check out Hippocrates too
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Energy East meeting angers citizens over unanswered questions

TransCanada does not "actively participate" participate in Ontario's public consultations about its Energy East pipeline, a spokesperson said.

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Ninety percent of B.C. opposes it.  The government permits it.  Caught in the deadly trap between public opinion and policy are BC's bears.  Our award-winning team looks at the personalities and policies behind BC's controversial trophy hunt. Read more

Grizzly watching, and a whole lot more, in the Great Bear Rainforest

Trish and Eric Boyum own and operate Ocean Adventures Charter Company in the Great Bear Rainforest. Here's their typical “day at the office."

Arctic Ocean edging towards ice-free for first time in millennia

20 per cent chance 2015 will see ice-free Arctic Ocean in summer

Fossil fuel divestment fever hits UBC and other Canadian campuses

Thirty Canadian universities now have growing divestment campaigns, including the University of Toronto, Simon Fraser University, the University of Victoria and McGill.

SFU scientists among Stanford’s Leopold Leadership fellows

Training will focus on effectively communicating scientific research on hot environmental topics

Big oil a big mistake: a $50 billion kick-off to the carbon divest-invest movement

The real news is not that there’s been a recent downturn in oil prices, with some resulting stock shocks. It’s that the divestment movement is finally picking up steam.