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The story in “Monkey Beach” — of a Haisla woman’s journey to reclaim her supernatural gift — really spoke to filmmaker Loretta Sarah Todd as an Indigenous woman. “For me it was so powerful to see Lisa on this journey to embrace her medicine, her power.”
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Highly skilled 20-somethings who can work anywhere in the world could turn their gaze home, reviving whole regions and struggling small towns. Crawford Kilian writes.
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How do get from where we are to some new, different (better) place? A new collection of essays offers ideas for navigating our increasingly complex world. reviews “A book of Ecological Virtues”.
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The story in “Monkey Beach” — of a Haisla woman’s journey to reclaim her supernatural gift — really spoke to filmmaker Loretta Sarah Todd as an Indigenous woman. “For me it was so powerful to see Lisa on this journey to embrace her medicine, her power.”
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As Canada fumbles on issues like colonialism, climate change, poverty and housing, this group of young activists is forcing change. reports
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Highly skilled 20-somethings who can work anywhere in the world could turn their gaze home, reviving whole regions and struggling small towns. Crawford Kilian writes.
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Help inform our B.C. election reporting plan — if you had it your way, what would candidates speak to as they compete for votes?
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The story in “Monkey Beach” — of a Haisla woman’s journey to reclaim her supernatural gift — really spoke to filmmaker Loretta Sarah Todd as an Indigenous woman. “For me it was so powerful to see Lisa on this journey to embrace her medicine, her power.”
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How do we end our pointless talk and planning to finally save the planet? Shutting up just might be the answer, writes.
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A Supreme Court case threatened to break the cornerstone of our public health system. It’s time to invest more in public health care, Val Avery and Barb Nederpel argue.
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Highly skilled 20-somethings who can work anywhere in the world could turn their gaze home, reviving whole regions and struggling small towns. Crawford Kilian writes.
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Youth in Canada are often the last to be considered in government decisions. This activist group is working to change that. reports
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The story in “Monkey Beach” — of a Haisla woman’s journey to reclaim her supernatural gift — really spoke to filmmaker Loretta Sarah Todd as an Indigenous woman. “For me it was so powerful to see Lisa on this journey to embrace her medicine, her power.”
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Paloma Pacheco 10h
It was such a pleasure to chat with director Loretta Todd about the process of adapting Eden Robinson's cherished novel Monkey Beach to screen 💫 The film will open 's online festival on Thursday
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Highly skilled 20-somethings who can work anywhere in the world could turn their gaze home, reviving whole regions and struggling small towns. Crawford Kilian writes.
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Two lucky readers will win all-access passes to the 2020 Vancouver Writers Fest. Form closes midnight PST on Monday, Sept. 28.
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Build good wifi in rural Canada, and the nomads will come: Forget What You Thought About ‘Digital Nomads’ via
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“The ultimate goal is to take the control of B.C. public lands out of the hands of corporations and put it back into the hands of the people.”
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