The B.C. government is expanding access to safe supply to provide more pharmaceutical alternatives to people who use drugs to curb skyrocketing deaths due to the toxic street supply.Continue reading BC expanding safe supply to check overdoes deaths
By Moira Wyton, The Tyee, Local Journalism Initiative ReporterContinue reading COVID 19 deaths could be twice as high as reported
Twenty businesses and organizations are recommending that the federal government not renew BC fish farm licenses, when they come up for renewal next year.Continue reading Asking the feds to not renew BC fish farm licenses
Pressure on B.C. Premier John Horgan is climbing as national and global celebrities begin to throw their weight behind public campaigns to save the province’s ancient forests.
More than a hundred luminaries from across the political and cultural spectrum signed an open letter to Horgan on Friday calling on him to save at-risk big-tree ecosystems, which make up only 2.7 per cent of unprotected forest in the province, said Nicole Rycroft, executive director of Canopy.Continue reading celebrities leverage star power to save BC’s old-growth forests
By Roy L Hales
Bernie Anderson and Leila Gmeiner had big expectations in the Spring of 1978. For the past two years, they had been homesteading in the wilderness of Toba Inlet, British Columbia. Then a friend offered them the use of his fishing boat. They had to make the monthly payments to the bank of course, but any profits beyond that were theirs to keep. Nobody could foresee they would be catching English Fish & Chips.Continue reading Catching English Fish & Chips