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Oct 4, 2017
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"Unarmed Verses" sees potential blooming amid precarity

Doreen Nicoll
Charles Officer's 2016 documentary, "Unarmed Verses," chronicles the life of Francine Valentine, her family and community at a time when urban revitalization threatens their already tenuous survival.
Blog
Aug 16, 2017
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Wildfires are a climate change wake-up call

David Suzuki
Climate change doesn't necessarily start fires -- lightning, unattended campfires, carelessly tossed cigarette butts and sparks are major causes -- but it creates conditions for more and larger fires.
Blog
Jul 4, 2017
 An Orca from lunging towards a salmon, just west of San Juan Island in Puget Sound. Image: Wikimedia Commons/Kevin Nichols

Orca survival depends on protecting chinook salmon

David Suzuki
Two of B.C.'s most iconic species, chinook salmon and southern resident killer whales, are in trouble. Orcas depend on the salmon to survive. It's time to manage chinook fisheries with orcas in mind.
Podcast
May 4, 2017
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They're having an election in B.C.

rabble radio
B.C. has long been known for its polarized politics. This election is no exception. Listen to a roundup of the issues as Canada's West Coast heads towards its May 9 election.
Blog
May 4, 2017
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What is a left-leaning green to do?

David Taub Bancroft
With less than a week to go before election day and polls tightening across British Columbia, I find myself in the all-too-common predicament of dreading the electoral options before me.

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