THIRTY SOMETHING by Ishi Dinim I’M HAVING trouble these days; sure, life is great here in paradise, yet I’m struggling with what to do next. … Read more

Big media bad for journalism

INDEPENDENT MEDIA by Steve Anderson IN THE QUARTER ending November 30, 2008, media giant Canwest reported a $33M loss with an overwhelming $3.7 billion debt. … Read more

Veggies for vitality

NUTRISPEAK by Vesanto Melina AT LAST we can celebrate spring and spend more time in BC’s beautiful outdoors. Here are some simple and/or collaborative meals … Read more

Fate of the world’s seeds

ON THE GARDEN PATH by Carolyn Herriot IN THESE uncertain times, with global food security under threat from climate change, do you ever wonder who … Read more

From suffering to peace

THE POWER OF NOW by Eckhart Tolle I READ about a stoic philosopher in ancient Greece who, when told that his son had died in an … Read more

Cultural exchange

FILMS WORTH WATCHING by Robert Alstead The Necessities of Life (Ce Qu’il Faut Pour Vivre) is a fish-out-of-water drama about an Inuit hunter forced by illness … Read more

A time of wonders

EARTHFUTURE by Guy Dauncey THIS IS a time of wonders. That statement may seem totally counter-intuitive and blind to the enormous troubles ahead, but I … Read more

Google maps the oceans

SCIENCE MATTERS by David Suzuki with Faisal Moola WE HUMANS are air-breathing landlubbers and that shapes the way we see and treat the world. We … Read more

How the mind works

by Paramahamsa Nithyananda IN LIFE, we constantly create either shafts of pain or joy. Once you create a shaft of pain, you try to break … Read more

Forgive for good

A proven presciption for health and happiness by Frederic Luskin, Ph.D. I AM A SENIOR consultant for the Vaden Health Center at Stanford University where … Read more