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A pop star as a diva, a French hit transferred to New York...
"Full Light" at end of long, dark tunnel
Counting violence against women
RBG’s early triumphs; a gem of a Canadian movie and old and...
Your numerology cycles for 2019
Christian Bale becomes Cheney, a James Baldwin novel gets...
Aquaman, just big that's all, Mary Poppins, charming...
Your numerology cycles December 16–31
Roma, one of the year’s best, animated Spider-Man, also a...
Cognitive dissonance on LNG as B.C. pursues climate goals
Why free trade talks with China failed
When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jetted off to Beijing, the media was told to expect the announcement of a free trade agreement, the first of its kind between China and a G7 country. The first sign...
Dec 6th, 2017
A young Iranian helps Syrian refugees adjust to Canada
A young Iranian, himself, new to Canada reaches out to help Syrian refugees settle here. But with the war in Syria, tensions between Iranians and Syrians are rising. How will he succeed?
Oct 12th, 2016
Linda Solomon Wood on a Bloomberg presidential bid
What do you think of Bloomberg's intimation he may run for president? I think it's a terrible idea. The last time we had a strong third party candidate in a presidential race it was Ralph Nadar...
Jan 23rd, 2016
David Suzuki, Chief Stewart Phillip and First Nations draw line in the snow against Site C
David Suzuki joins First Nations camped out on the front lines against Site C Dam construction at Rocky Mountain Fort.
Jan 19th, 2016
After the Paris attacks, connecting with each other and ourselves
Speaking with those in Paris during the attacks and a friend from the Middle East — give human context to a terrible event.
Nov 23rd, 2015
Getting over past fears and sparking transformation
We were all surprised when she cowered behind me trembling, frozen in fear at the sight of the two girls. I gently encouraged her, while the girls stood quietly by…
Sep 21st, 2015
Why we need affordable housing, not bachelor pads and empty homes
At a pace that defies reason and defies the local economy, the dream of affordable home ownership and affordable rental housing is slipping away from too many of us. The problems we face are...
May 25th, 2015
Prentice's loss signals a tough time for Conservatives in Alberta
From the top down, Alberta's provincial election was tough for Conservatives. Prime Minister Stephen Harper's Calgary southwest federal riding is now represented provincially by three NDP MLAs, and...
May 5th, 2015
Squamish LNG plant will endanger "foundational" herring stocks if approved
Is this the good news story we’re all craving at a time when climate-change-oil-and-gas dread dominates the airwaves? It could be. But the story isn’t over yet.
Apr 14th, 2015
Green Majority Radio #448: Canada’s First Green Waves
Ryan O’Connor, author of “First Green Wave: Pollution Probe and the Origins of Environmental Activism in Ontario” and Jo Royle – Officer for Pew Charitable Trusts, Global Ocean Legacy project.
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Apr 17th, 2015