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Your numerology cycles July 16–31
Breach of the Bard
You're toast, YVR
Wave a wand to win class war
The Rock to the rescue again, brothers separated at birth...
Les Miz: stagecraft to die for
Born-again bliss @ Chan
Silly fun with Ant-Man; off-the grid emotions in Leave No...
Vancouver: wild at heart
More stomping from the Jurassic dinosaurs, a hopeful essay on climate change and real work observed
Also: Bono’s daughter and a Vancouver up and comer portray a married couple going wrong
Jun 21st, 2018
A sailing yarn for summer; a parson’s turn to social responsibility and a quest for true love by an older woman
And much more: an environmental artist, young love crashing on a beach, colonial errors in South America and a black cop’s misdeeds here in Canada
Jun 1st, 2018
A whole mob of Avengers, a master horse handler and a look-ahead to DOXA and Harry Rankin
Also: Joan of Arc as you’ve never seen her before, unruly Caravaggio, creepy doings at a commune and an urgent call to save the earth
Apr 26th, 2018
Directly Affected: a new film with everything you need to know about B.C.’s pipeline battle
Justin Trudeau faced hecklers in Nanaimo. Rachel Notley and John Horgan are flinging indignant words, threats even, back and forth between Edmonton and Victoria. A national columnist demands...
Feb 8th, 2018
Natural disasters and the threat to our outdoor lives
I was born and raised in France’s Pyrenees and made my life around the mountains, thus my move to British-Columbia. As the province announced an investigation into B.C.’s 2017 wildfires, I came...
Dec 19th, 2017
Canada and climate change: Are sustainable cities for the rich?
Canada is slumping into an unresolved crisis. To housing affordability, household debt, job precariousness and income inequality, we add climate change. Earlier this month, the United Nation's ...
Nov 24th, 2017
Archaeologists define their role in climate change: Not Just an ecological problem but a social one, new research paper says
A large international network of archaeologists announced today that “the past will be key to understanding the future of climate change,” in a new research paper published from an emerging field...
Feb 17th, 2017
John Horgan: Where I stand on climate change
BC NDP Leader John Horgan delivered a speech on climate change at the speaker series, Thinking Big About BC at SFU Centre for Dialogue on Jan. 23, 2017.
Jan 24th, 2017
The Trans-Pacific Partnership, health, and climate change: time to listen to your doctor
“When we think of health we often think of hospitals and the healthcare system—but increasingly, the social and ecological determinants of health are recognized to have much greater impact on overall...
Nov 18th, 2016
Climate change could be responsible for this dolphin-sighting near Victoria
According to experts, this species of dolphin rarely ventures north of California.
The Canadian Press
Jun 14th, 2016