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Business & Community

Escape from Pale Blue Dot 2

―天文学新時代の幕開け― Dawn of a new era in astronomy ―Images taken after traveling 1.6 million kilometers have been released. By Fraser Monthly, Aug. 2022 Special Feature

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Zoologist George McGavin and oceanologist Helen Czerski aboard a research vessel on the North Sea with a wind farm in the background
Arts & Culture

Ocean Autopsy

Oceanographer Helen Czerski and zoologist George McGavin reveal the startling ways that humans are changing our seas…K: Magazine, May/June 2022 p. 17

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An elderly couple smiling at each other while dancing in their kitchen
Lifestyle & Leisure

Keep Dance in Mind

Dancing can keep your brain healthy longer. People are inspired to dance for all kinds of reasons. By Jennifer Dorozio for Dementia Connections, May 4, 2021

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Portrait of Ben Routledge in a safety vest at right front of image with light industrial landscape behind him
Business & Community

Trash talk!

A world of garbage. “One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” By Kerith Waddington for TAKE 5, April 2022

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Detail view of a Huglu HRZ Turkish shotgun on a black and red checkered wool shirt or coat
Lifestyle & Leisure

Huglu HRZ: Affordable Doubles

Over the course of the past few years, the Canadian gun market has been absolutely inundated with Turkish shotguns. By Daniel Fritter for Calibre, March 12, 2020

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Head and shoulder portrait of Ade Adepitan in a forest in eastern Australia after a devastating bush fire had passed through
Arts & Culture

Climate Change

Climate change is impacting the world in ways we’ve never seen before. A 3-part series on Knowledge Network. By Adi Adepitan. Began May 31, 2022

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Soft overcast light, shallow depth-of-field, on bare huckleberry branches horizontally across picture plane with one dried-up berry backlit by a circle of light in the background
Writing & Visual Arts

Healing with Words

“When my son was born, I experienced a traumatic childbirth during which I almost died…” By Angela Douglas for WordWorks, 2021 Vol. III.

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Blue album cover with the words RANGE and Indie Karma on the left panel and a guitarist playing with one arm up in the air
Arts & Culture

Indie Karma

Indie Karma: Check out one of RANGE magazine’s curated playlists! This playlist contains 40 songs. Listen on Spotify

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View of forest floor showing moss, decaying leaves, and in the middle, Methusalah's beard (Usnea longissima) lichen
Business & Community

The Wondrous World of Lichen

Wildwood Ramble: There is an organism alive today that is older than the dinosaurs, has survived the mass extinction…by K. Brauckmann for TAKE 5, May 2022

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Altered found object of a figurine of John A. MacDonald with a rope encased in plastic
Arts & Culture

Reason for Passion

“I am conflicted about the recent vandalism and destruction of colonial statues and churches in Northern Turtle Island.” By David Garneau for Rungh, Vol. 8, No. 4

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Author photo of Emily Chan smiling and standing in front of a blooming magnolia tree
Writing & Visual Arts

Love Letter to a Vancouver Special

When I move in, I worry I’ll find ghosts: not only the spirits of my ngin-ngin and yeh-yeh, but the spectres of other things lost to time. By Emily Chan for Room, Issue 45.1

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Looking up at structural underside of large concrete bridge (Granville Street Bridge north side) with "Spinning Chandelier" sculpture by Rodney Graham
Lifestyle & Leisure

Summer Days in the City

…going out for a walk around the city is crucial for my mental health and well-being. By Catherine Sohit for LINK Magazine, June 1, 2022

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three cross-country skiers moving on a wide, open, snow-covered path through a forested area
Lifestyle & Leisure

Forest Breathing

Western Canada’s winter forests are a perfect place to recharge and restore yourself. By Marla Barr for ZenSeekers, December 22, 2021

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high-resolution mycelium network, green and blue, root-like with bright green dots, black background
Business & Community

Mapping the Fungal Underground

Underground fungal networks are one of the biggest untapped levers in climate science…fungal mapping and climate change…By Watershed Sentinel staff, February 28, 2022

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cover of Gavin Larson book, kneeling ballerina with hands stretched overhead and flowing long hair, rose-coloured dress
Arts & Culture

From Being a Ballerina

“I was lucky enough to sustain only two fractures during my career, but oddly, both were to my ribs.” The rib-cracking episode…From Being a Ballerina by Gavin Larson for DI

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Young woman with red hair sitting casually on a ledge with buildings behind her
Lifestyle & Leisure

NOMI

A new app focused on disability inclusion lends a helping hand to people looking for connection. By YAM – about NOMI app creator, Christie Faye Collins.

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Viking boat in silhouette on water against mountain backdrop
Arts & Culture

The Medicine of Belief

Before the existence of germ theory and the discovery of viruses, people in the past found different explanations… By Terje Oestigaard for Culturally Modified, Dec. 21, 2020, Issue 9

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street view of a family home with modern, clean lines and a low horizontal wood fence, flanked by two mature trees
Lifestyle & Leisure

Structural strategy

Many times, when building a home or doing a renovation, the owner opts to not use an architect, instead relying on a designer and/or contractor. By Shannon Moneo for Spruce.

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A display of car paint colours, including greys, blues, greens, and more unusual colours.
Business & Community

Automotive Colours

Car colours can be influenced by trends in fashion, interior design, and many other factors. By Eli Greenbaum for Collision Quarterly, Winter 2021.

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Flat rural area with fencing, gravel road and trees in distance, the picture having grey overlays to frame parts. Credit Michel Huneault.
Writing & Visual Arts

With a View

A photo essay by Michel Huneault for Geist. Border photography on the 45th parallel, between Lakes Champlain and Memphremagog, an area shared by Québec and the state of Vermont.

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Michael Brown, Principal, Wuhan Maple Leaf High School - older white man in suit and tie with beard and mustache.
Business & Community

Leading Through COVID-19

An interview with Michael Brown, the new principal of Maple Leaf International School – Wuhan by Jacalyn Kersey for Principl(ed), March 2022.

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DL Acken in sea with arms up
Writing & Visual Arts

The Cold Water Cure

A personal story on healing and connection through swimming in the Salish Sea by DL Acken for FOLKLIFE Volume 4. 2021. Plus a poem by Georgia Acken, aged 13

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Dillon Johnson gifts a blanket to Kristen Van’t Schip, with Drew Blaney and Hegus John Hackett. Photo by Abby Francis, LJI.
Business & Community

New Names, New Relationships

Corporate overtures to Tla’amin are more than just a symbol: they’re a start. By Abby Francis, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, for qathet Living, November 2021

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Morraine Lake, Alberta. Photo by Christy Chan,
Lifestyle & Leisure

Hello, Nature!

On hiking by a non-hiker. Photos & writing by Christy Chan for LINK Magazine, Nov. 19/21 and November 2021 issue.

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Finding Peace - peace sign in sand with water in background
Lifestyle & Leisure

Finding Peace by Letting Go

When dealing with the changes and challenges that come part and parcel with her mother’s dementia, care partner Katrina Prescott has found that acceptance is the key to self-preservation. By Lisa Kadane for Dementia Connections, November 14, 2021.

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Two kids doing classwork with arm pointing to exercise book
Business & Community

A Professional Dream Deferred

Educator and district principal Beth Applewhite draws on her personal and professional experiences to share why anti-racism work is essential and needs to be brought about intentionally and thoughtfully, with the voices of those who have experienced racism at the centre. For Principl(ed) Magazine March 2021.

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Wooden bucket of fine wood chips
Lifestyle & Leisure

Dealing with your own crap

Stories from CoHo Landing, a 15-household land co-operative on Denman Island. By Laura Busheikin for FOLKLIFE. On a composting management system.

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Penguins
Arts & Culture

The Missing Penguins

Investigative story on the disappearance of the penguins in Antarctica, by Raghav (detective), age 12. Illustrated by Reska Nasution. From BAZOOF! Magazine, issue 77, February 2022

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A mature man and woman dancing
Lifestyle & Leisure

Sex and Dementia

Q and A with Dementia, Sex and Wellbeing author Danuta Lipinska. By Jennifer Prescott for Dementia Connections

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