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Government cabinet picks bode well for public education and...
Spectacular scenes at Dunkirk, poignant fantasy in A Ghost...
Notes from the Paris underground
PHOTOS: Queen and Adam Lambert rock Vancouver
A great new Planet of the Apes, cultural discord in Tanna...
Your numerology cycles July 16–31
Tinseltown tropes in Bard's "Much Ado"
Spider-Man new and improved, a classic rock festival and...
A “to-do” list for BC's new education minister
"A Winter's Tale" for summer stock
Opposition parties must be bold on climate ahead of federal election
Eighteen years ago in Kyoto, the developed world agreed that our greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) should be six per cent less than the 1990 baseline by 2005. Then a series of things happened:...
Mar 31st, 2015
Ten reasons not to bet the farm on fracking
We’re told that LNG is needed to keep growth and progress alive. The planned development of LNG would lock BC into fifty more years of increased fossil fuel production. Although the LNG story is...
Jul 27th, 2014
Recognizing the rising cost of fossil fuels
Are fossil fuels really the key to Canada's economic stability, as the PR would have people believe?
Feb 10th, 2014