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Wise talk by The Two Popes; a media circus for Richard...
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Out-of-the-box Xmas fare
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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
HIGH HOPES: B.C.'s biggest wind power project a logistical feat
The mega-construction of wind turbines near Tumbler Ridge, B.C. in the Peace region makes it the biggest in the province.
The Canadian Press
Aug 11th, 2015
The future looks awesome in Climate Cartoons
Climate Cartoons tells the story of how awesome the future can be if we accept our renewable energy destiny now, in a fun animated format!
Green Majority Media
Apr 21st, 2015
Merran Smith: promoting Canada’s clean energy future
Vancouver’s clean energy advocate says Canada needs to “get in the game”, put a price on pollution and invest in green alternatives.
Nov 22nd, 2011
THE BIG GRAB Part 1: Knock, knock. The low-carbon future is here
As ordinary Canadians dig deep to ease their carbon footprint, Alberta's oil-sands pollution wipes out their sacrifice.
Apr 19th, 2011
Vancouver International Writers & Readers Festival presents Lynda Barry, author of "Picture This: The Nearsighted Monkey Book"
Best known for Ernie Pook’s Comeek, Lynda Barry, is also a novelist, philosopher, and champion of an unpopular cause.
Oct 18th, 2010
Vancouver International Film Festival Picks for Day 11: Sunday
Another very busy day at VIFF brings us two BC athletes, unexpected blasts at education and a kind of green energy and a harrowing and mysterious pre-Holocaust story. (read more)
Oct 9th, 2010