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Monday Apr 14, 2014 People love caribou. Did you know that they are also called reindeer? What’s not to love about the elegant and powerful creatures that many people associate with Santa’s sleigh?... read more »
Julian Zelazny
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Monday Apr 14, 2014 You know those inflatable punching bags? The ones that rock back and forth with every punch? They’re meant to make you stronger, but if you get distracted or close your eyes for a second, you may just get whacked back.
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Nikki Skuce
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Monday Apr 7, 2014 Process. You’ve probably used that word before in your office, or in the classroom. And yes, process can be a pain in the rear. But it helps us take the right steps, at the right time, and that makes for a better outcome, amiright?... read more »
Sven Biggs
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Monday Mar 31, 2014 March 31st. Today was to be the celebration day for completing the agreements that will protect the Great Bear Rainforest and the communities that depend on it. But it’s not.  ... read more »
Valerie Langer
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Monday Mar 31, 2014 There’s something that has been keeping me up at night. It’s British Columbia’s Bill 4. Here’s why this matters to me, and why it probably matters to you, too.... read more »
Melyssa Desilles
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Thursday Mar 27, 2014 What happens when corporate executives don’t want to talk about their role in the tar sands climate disaster? We make sure its part of the conversation.... read more »
Ethan Buckner
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Monday Mar 24, 2014 Twenty-five years ago, I had a rotary phone mounted on our kitchen wall. We listened to mixed cassettes on car rides, although CDs were definitely making their way into households with promises of being “indestructible.” Typewriters and word processors were in higher use than computers. Very few people had an email account and there was no such thing as Facebook and Twitter, let alone WiFi, iPads and smart phones. ... read more »
Nikki Skuce
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Saturday Mar 22, 2014 You’d probably agree that the first step to making change is knowing what needs to be done differently. Today, a few hundred more people know about a big brand that’s damaging our world’s forests in a big way. And you’d probably agree that that’s a step in the right direction.... read more »
Jim Ace
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Wednesday Mar 19, 2014 Everyone in the Vancouver, British Columbia area was thrilled to see or hear about the pods of dolphins and orcas showing up in English Bay and False Creek this past weekend. ... read more »
Ben West
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Tuesday Mar 18, 2014 We did it! This past Thursday afternoon I delivered fortunes to British Columbia's Minister of Environment, Mary Polak. It was amazing to see the Minister's office taken aback by a giant fortune cookie.... read more »
Melyssa Desilles

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