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The Book of Mormon: No longer subversive, but still amuses
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Richard Heinberg schools Vancouver on the new economic reality
Richard Heinberg opens the 2012 World Community Film Festival with a message of hopeful possibility in the face of an ending growth economy.
Feb 11th, 2012
Galen Weston's hypocrisy: industrial food vs. farmer's market
Loblaws Chairman Galen Weston backpedaled in the aftermath of Tuesday's offhand comment that farmers' markets will one day "kill some people."
Feb 9th, 2012
Farm life stories appeal to urban, rural, liberal, conservative
Stories about farm life, family and community on Salt Spring Island are a poignant and funny read, even for those with no interest or experience in agriculture.
Feb 6th, 2012
Junk food tax misses the point
What's a more effective alternative to taxing high-sugar junk food? The answer is surprisingly simple.
Feb 3rd, 2012
Why I won’t be growing a moustache for “Movember”
I don’t want to unwittingly promote controversial cancer screening to the male masses. And I don't want to be a cause-marketing dupe for companies (and industries) that do not reflect my values.
Nov 6th, 2011