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Charla Huber: Prince Harry's memoir is an act of vulnerability

Charla Huber: Prince Harry's memoir is an act of vulnerability

The thing I love most about hearing people’s stories is gaining understanding that we, as humans, share the same emotions, struggles and values
Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers

Toilet paper toxin found in endangered killer whales, say B.C. researchers

VANCOUVER — Toxic chemicals from toilet paper have been found in the bodies of British Columbia's endangered orcas, according to a study conducted by marine scientists.
What's B.C.'s risk when it comes to fracking-triggered earthquakes?

What's B.C.'s risk when it comes to fracking-triggered earthquakes?

After three November earthquakes were linked to a fracking operation in northeastern B.C., one scientist asks, is the region a 'loaded bullet' waiting to go off?
Geoff Johnson: When it comes to video games, resistance is futile, says futurist

Geoff Johnson: When it comes to video games, resistance is futile, says futurist

According to futurist Noah Raford, video games are the platform through which tomorrow’s social connections will be established — and the source of recruitment for future social movements
Monique Keiran: Reduce your energy costs this winter with these tips

Monique Keiran: Reduce your energy costs this winter with these tips

With energy costs spiking, Monique Keiran suggests these tips, which both renters and homeowners can use to reduce utility bills.
Charla Huber: Barbara Walters may be my hero, but she doesn't have to be my daughter's

Charla Huber: Barbara Walters may be my hero, but she doesn't have to be my daughter's

It’s OK to appreciate your own generation’s heroes without forcing them on younger generations, which will have their own icons
Trevor Hancock: The world should pay heed to Antonio Guterres

Trevor Hancock: The world should pay heed to Antonio Guterres

UN secretary general is the most important political leader on the planet today, heading up the most important organization on the planet.
Our Community: Art contest raises awareness of salmon decline, RV company helps stock food banks

Our Community: Art contest raises awareness of salmon decline, RV company helps stock food banks

A 10-year-old local student has won first place in her age category in the Pacific Salmon Foundation’s second annual Kids Salmon Art Contest.
From fish to forests, how 2022 played out on Canada’s West Coast

From fish to forests, how 2022 played out on Canada’s West Coast

The top five stories to make waves in B.C.’s coastal and island communities in 2022.
Cargo from 2021 Zim Kingston spill still washing up on Island shores

Cargo from 2021 Zim Kingston spill still washing up on Island shores

“Gray urinal mats, they haunt our dreams. We found thousands of them on our initial cleanup and we’re like, ‘We hope we never see these again.’ ”
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