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BC’s unemployment rate: the good, the bad and the ugly

While the rate currently stands at 6%, far too many people are still looking for work.…

The end of inflation

Fifth in our series A History lesson from 2099.…

The Globe and Mail’s environmental bias is showing

The Toronto newspaper relied on incorrect assumptions to smear Friends of Science instead of reporting on content.…

The Green Revolution

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Is it possible to successfully intervene in other countries?

Some questions to ponder before sending in the troops.…

Canada’s cities spearhead climate action

Although cities cover just 2% of the world’s surface, they produce more than 60% of…

A tale of two Vancouvers

Getting from ‘there’ to ‘here’ when creating a livable city.…

Federal Sage grouse order worries land owners

More research needed to mitigate issue.…

The Chinese bloom is off wild rose country

The root cause of China’s failed Canadian experiment is political interference and the primacy of…

A piece of heaven on Haro Strait

TRAVEL: With its three outdoor mineral pools and sweeping views, the Oak Bay Beach Hotel’s…

Politics

The (tall) tales politicians tell

Telling tales is human but politicians shouldn’t overdo it…

Supreme Court reins in Harper plutocracy

A new world order emerges from its B.C. T’silhqot’in decision,…

Are “Wynne Days” coming to Ontario?

The parallels which led to “Rae Days” are striking.…

We need a leader who is willing to fail

As voters, we have to remove the threat that we’ll condemn them as hypocrites the first time they fail.…

Richard Nixon’s summer from hell

It was 40 summers ago that Nixon’s world finally crashed.…

Health

Court decision on refugee healthcare a victory for common sense

Opposition to the Conservative cuts to coverage led by new, activist healthcare providers.…

It’s time to save the bees and ban neonic pesticides

Global sales of US$2.63 billion in 2011 may explain why there’s strong resistance to banning them.…

BC’s billion dollar healthcare boondoggle

The province Increased incentives payments to doctors to try to improve patients' access to care. It didn't work.…

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