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Vancouver School Strike for Climate Action

Vancouver School Strike for Climate Action

By Leonardo DeGorter – Vancouver students walked out of their schools on May 3 for the fourth time since December. The school…

Opinion: Why Should We Protect the Horsefly River Watershed?

Opinion: Why Should We Protect the Horsefly River Watershed?

By Helen Englund – The Horsefly River watershed is located 75 km southeast of Williams Lake in the Cariboo Region of BC…

The Land and My Body Are Not So Separate

The Land and My Body Are Not So Separate

By Venta Rutkauskas – Summer beckons us to explore a landscape at the peak of its fertility while around the province, arts…

Arts & Education
Tŝilhqot’in Community Radio A Tool to Enrich Culture and Communication

Tŝilhqot’in Community Radio A Tool to Enrich Culture and Communication

By Sage Birchwater – Tŝilhqot’in Community Radio 104.5 FM will celebrate its official launch on Aboriginal Day, June 21. The event will…

Local Food Quesnel | Guardian of the Vegetables: Trying to Chill

Local Food Quesnel | Guardian of the Vegetables: Trying to Chill

By Terri Smith – Let’s talk refrigeration and climate change. At the start of April, the federal government awarded multi-billion-dollar company Loblaws…

The Islands and The Undertaker

The Islands and The Undertaker

By Angela Gutzer – The islands of Haida Gwaii had been calling me back after seven years. A local told me that…

Environment

Banning Plastic Bags: No Easy Solutions

Banning Plastic Bags: No Easy Solutions

Part of the Cariboo Regional District’s Solid Waste Info Series: Becoming Waste Wise By Tera Grady – Bans…

No Time Left To Waste: Managing Your Organic Waste

No Time Left To Waste: Managing Your Organic Waste

By Oliver Berger – Over half of the waste in our society is organic leftovers we can re-purpose…

Sailing for Good – Tiny Home on the Big Blue

Sailing for Good – Tiny Home on the Big Blue

By Vanessa Moberg – How much can go wrong during your first two weeks living aboard a sailboat?…

Health & Wellness

Tŝilhqot’in Nation Deliver Historic Statement to the United Nations

Tŝilhqot’in Nation Deliver Historic Statement to the United Nations

Chief Joe Alphonse of Tl’etinqox, Chief Francis Laceese of Tl’esqox, Chief Jimmy Lulua of XeniGwet’in, and Chief Otis…

Canadian Food for Children: Creative Recycling Helps Children Around the World

Canadian Food for Children: Creative Recycling Helps Children Around the World

By LeRae Haynes – Williams Lake volunteers with Canadian Food for Children have taken recycling to a humanitarian…

Green Business: Green Tree Health and Wellness: Endings and New Beginnings

Green Business: Green Tree Health and Wellness:  Endings and New Beginnings

By Terri Smith – “It was just one of those things where you know that it was meant…

   

Technology

Repair Cafe: If It’s Broken, Fix It!

By Brianna van de Wijngaard – The Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society (CCCS) hosted its first ever…

The Nature Trust of BC: Critical Habitat in the Cariboo

By Jessica Kirby – with files from the Nature Trust of BC and Samantha Penner The…

Country Living

Skywatch with Bill Irwin

By the time this issue comes out, the summer season will be rolling in. The smoke…

Nourishing our Children | Spring 2019

Nutrient Dense Meals by Barbara Schellenberg – Navigating the school lunch: How to train picky eaters…

Featured Green Businesses

Green Business: Frank’s Plants and Produce: Seeking sustainability one seedling at a time

By LeRae Haynes – It’s been a busy, verdant season at Frank’s Plants and Produce in…

Green Business: The Guitar Seller – Selling Happiness Since 1978

By LeRae Haynes – Regardless of your skill level or area of musical interest, The Guitar…