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5 things you (probably) didn't know about trains in Vancouver

5 things you (probably) didn't know about trains in Vancouver

The first train engine to make it to Vancouver from eastern Canada is still here
International peace run stopping by Richmond next week

International peace run stopping by Richmond next week

The Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run torch relay is headed to the Peace Arch.
Humpback focused on feeding comes within oar length of startled kayakers

Humpback focused on feeding comes within oar length of startled kayakers

The encounter is a reminder that the whales are focused on feeding and often oblivious to their surroundings.
Canada’s missing navigation tool in the push to lower emissions

Canada’s missing navigation tool in the push to lower emissions

Without standardization, there’s a lot of guesswork as to which investments are climate-aligned and which financial players are keeping their climate commitments.
Trevor Hancock: Physician group fighting for health and planet marks 30 years

Trevor Hancock: Physician group fighting for health and planet marks 30 years

Those of us who founded the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment in 1994 were ‘a bunch of environmentalists who just happened to be physicians’
David Sovka: FIFA’s cold, hard statistics on warm, soft bums

David Sovka: FIFA’s cold, hard statistics on warm, soft bums

Only 27% of adults 18 years and older in Canada participate in sport, but 77% watch professional sports
Richmond students, parents divided on proposed naloxone kits in schools

Richmond students, parents divided on proposed naloxone kits in schools

Some parents claimed having naloxone kits in schools would encourage drug use.
Column: Off-peak traffic jams on Russ Baker Way make life unpredictable

Column: Off-peak traffic jams on Russ Baker Way make life unpredictable

Several times lately, I’ve been stuck in unreasonable traffic on Russ Baker Way, heading into Vancouver.
These B.C. whales are shrinking — fast

These B.C. whales are shrinking — fast

A population of grey whales that feeds off B.C.'s coast has seen its adult population shrink 13% in two decades, a new study has found.
Oil and gas industry making risky play in response to greenwashing law: experts

Oil and gas industry making risky play in response to greenwashing law: experts

The oil and gas industry is taking a risk in its response to new greenwashing rules, communications experts say, but they add the opinions of Canadians are already so divided that the actions may have little effect.