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Michael Moore's hope in the Trump era; The Wife’s...
Step to rear; mind gaps; hang on tight
Your numerology cycles September 16–30
Black paint on a blackboard
Doomed to repeat it? Indelible history
Locally-filmed The Predator, a mommy blogger’s Simple Favor...
Lounge lizards' lair; new life for old den
Marion Bridge; pro-Life menage à trois
A vengeful mom, a demonic nun and Michael Caine’s memories...
Facing the refugee and climate crisis at a train station in Austria
Instead of acting like a reluctant government official, I become more engaged, more aware. Too much caution in the face of this crisis could hurt innocent families.
Dec 1st, 2015
Trade mission to China focuses on clean energy and cultural ties
NEWS RELEASE from Office of the Premier and Ministry of International Trade VANCOUVER - Supplying China's growing demand for clean energy technology and celebrating British Columbia's...
Oct 30th, 2015
Sandy Garossino new associate editor at National Observer
Since August, her columns have attracted enormous attention. We can take a hint.
Oct 30th, 2015
Scientist Alejandro Frid's Book Tackles Climate Change Wisely
New book by Scientist Alejandro Frid explores new ways of thinking about climate change.
Oct 13th, 2015
The Ingenious Tim Flannery Takes on Our Inevitable Climate Crisis in his New Book
Best -selling author and scientist Tim Flannery's latest book, "Atmosphere of Change: Searching for Solutions to the Climate Crisis" changes the conversation about our climate future.
Oct 20th, 2015
New VIFF picks including a shattering Holocaust drama and some climate change optimism
Hungary’s Son of Saul, Naomi Klein’s This Changes Everything, BC’s Charlotte’s Song and Albert Mayles’ last one, In Transit
Oct 7th, 2015
Food security is a political issue
Access to healthy and affordable food is one of the most basic things we need to ensure a safe and productive society. The right to food deserves to be an election issue.
Oct 4th, 2015
Pipeline battle could set tone for future government, aboriginal relations
VANCOUVER — First Nations fighting to block the Northern Gateway pipeline project say a long-awaited court hearing that began Thursday will set the tone for aboriginal relations with the next federal...
The Canadian Press
Oct 1st, 2015
Repression-proof artist, Franke James, celebrated by BCCLA
Franke James shows eight years of her artwork about fighting the environment and freedom of expression.
Sep 28th, 2015
Canada's provinces surge towards green power future...and leave Harper in the dirt
Canada's provinces pumped a whopping $10.9 billion into renewable energy last year - and added nearly 27,000 jobs - heralding a nationwide green revolution.
Sep 17th, 2015