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Lorne Craig's Climate Silence
 Energy and Resources
Making Fractured Land: Caleb Behn and Wade Davis (left) being interviewed by directors Fiona Rayher and Damien Gillis (Photo: Zack Embree)

Fractured Land hits theatres

After five years in production, the award-winning Fractured Land is hitting theatres around BC. Common Sense Canadian publisher and the film's co-director Damien Gillis discusses the process and screenings.
Rafe- BCNDP convention shows they still don't get it
Northern First Nations band together to block Petronas' LNG plans
Rafe- NDP Opposition should try some actual opposing

Rafe: NDP Leader Horgan’s Site C Dam opposition is a game-changer

NDP Leader John Horgan has finally come out swinging against Site C Dam - a wise political move that will benefit his party in the provincial election, says Rafe Mair.
Fracking, Site C and the mystery of Hudson's Hope water contamination
Site C not necessary until at least 2029, BC Hydro's own numbers show

Teen stands her ground after being booted off soccer team for criticizing fish farming sponsor

Comox teen Freyja Reed is standing her ground after being booted off her soccer team for criticizing its fish farming sponsor, Marine Harvest.
An existing BC salmon farm (Damien Gillis)
Former Council of the Haida Nation President Guujaaw (left) and Heiltsuk resource management director Kelly Brown at last week's Peace Treaty celebration (Damien Gillis)
 Climate Change
Canada Election 2015- Where do the parties stand on climate change

Canada Election 2015: Where do the parties stand on climate change?

Where do the 2015 Canadian election contenders stand on climate change? Kevin Grandia breaks down their positions.
Suzuki- Volkswagen cheated climate, people's health
Burning: A summer of fire, smoke, ash and change