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Why a Fight to Protect a Volcano Sacred to Native Hawaiians Is Our Fight
Judith Sayers (Kekinusuqs) is from the Hupacasath First Nation in Port Alberni, B.C. She is an adjunct professor at the ...
We Have to Stop Meeting Like This: The Climate Cost of Conferences
Malabika Pramanik is a 2018 Wall Scholar and professor in mathematics at the University of British Columbia. She is working ...
Will Trudeau Rein in the Export Development Bank? Or Disappoint Once Again?
While other funds are divesting fossil fuel shares, and the Trudeau government talks of a climate emergency, Export ...
Using Language to Make the World of Fossil Fuels Strange and Ugly
Protests like this Extinction Rebellion march raise climate awareness; so would changing the way we speak and write every day ...
We’re Obsessed with Sleep. Why Are We So Bad at It?
Counting sheep was supposed to be the sleep solution. Today we’ve made it much more complicated. Photo by Ninian Read, ...
New Old Growth Protections More Symbolic than Symbiotic, Environmentalists Say
Brandon Wei is a graduate student at the UBC School of Journalism who loves storytelling at the intersection of science, ...
As BC Housing Starts to Blow Past Forecasts, NDP's Critics Fall Silent
Will McMartin is a public affairs consultant, once active with BC’s Social Credit party. He’s provided political analysis for ...
Vancouver’s ‘Race Estate’ Market Has Hurt Many of Us
Writer Rose Wu: ‘While it’s true that my family and I haven’t contributed to the skyrocketing prices, it’s like we’ve been ...
Decriminalizing Drug Use Isn’t a Slippery Slope — It’s a Proven Path Forward
Laura Dale has a master’s degree in public health and works on an intervention responding to the overdose crisis. ...
Youth Taking Action: Rallies across Canada Seek CBC Leaders’ Debate on Climate
Braela Kwan is a graduate student at the UBC School of Journalism who writes about the environment, sustainability and ...
Can Canada and China ‘Harmonize’ Relations? Or Will We Be the Next Sacrificial Chicken?
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi used an Ottawa visit to tell Canada to stop talking about rights’ violations in China. Photo ...
All A’bored: Riding the Sweet, But So Slow, Skeena Train
It’s an essential service, despite the snail’s pace. I just hope it doesn’t grind to a halt. Amanda Follett Hosgood lives and ...