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Grizzly-watching, and a whole lot more, in the Great Bear...
Arctic Ocean edging towards ice-free for first time in...
Grizzly bear population at risk as B.C. Liberal government...
SFU scientists among Stanford’s Leopold Leadership fellows
BC to regulate the term “organic”
Premier announces additional funding for B.C. mine safety...
Big oil a big mistake: a $50 billion kick-off to the carbon...
Fossil fuel divestment fever hits UBC and other Canadian...
Sorry, soldiers who died for Canada weren't citizens:...
HTML500 in Vancouver: the future of digital literacy
Canadians are ready for carbon pricing, politicians not so much: experts
Politicians remember all too well the lambasting Liberal Party leader Stephane Dion took in 2008 when he proposed a carbon price. But evidence shows that times have changed, and so has Canada.
Jan 14th, 2015
Why I left my dream job to work at NationBuilder
It is an audacious experiment focused on providing the infrastructure for a world where people can step up, connect, create, and lead.
Jan 9th, 2015
Plunging in to the New Year
We ran across a frozen field of grass that felt like broken glass on our feet and stumbled into the sauna. Within 10 minutes, I was convinced that a new tradition had been created.
Manda Aufochs Gillespie
Jan 5th, 2015
Woman tells of tough arrest on Burnaby Mountain at Kinder Morgan protest
I was arrested on Sunday November 23 for peacefully protesting by crossing an arbitrary police line (which later was revealed not to be in the Kinder Morgan injunction zone) on Burnaby Mountain...
Dec 4th, 2014
News flash: strong environmental regulations mean a more competitive economy
Environmental regulations encourage firms to cut pollution by raising the cost of polluting, making them more efficient and eventually leading to cost savings.
Nov 28th, 2014
VIDEO: Sun TV smears Preston Manning for believing in climate change
This won't end well. Sun TV fired first in what could be the beginning of a nasty civil war within Canada's conservative movement. Preston Manning, founding father of the modern conservative movement...
Nov 26th, 2014
Why BC’s future should be a geothermal one
If BC leaders took a trip to Reykjavik in Iceland, they could learn how the city benefits from the largest district heating system in the world.
Nov 18th, 2014
Let’s cut government fossil fuel subsidies and free up billions for more productive investment
With the US and China developing their own fully integrated natural gas systems, demand for BC gas is plummeting, as are global prices.
Nov 18th, 2014
Charles Manson & marriage: an ungodly duo
The internet erupted after learning Charles Manson, 80, was granted a license to marry 26-year-old Afton Elaine Burton, who prefers the name “Star,” because Manson says she's a "Star in the...
Nov 18th, 2014
What’s in a name? Time to move beyond “British”?
Of course, the indigenous nations that lived here for thousands of years prior to smelly European sailors arriving in boats have played a preeminent role in the province’s history.
Nov 13th, 2014