Canada needs an innovation agenda

INDEPENDENT MEDIA by Steve Anderson BIG TELECOM’S monopolistic control over the net is threatening to leave Canada with a last generation Internet. We have fallen … Read more

Fast food for health

NUTRISPEAK by Vesanto Melina SCHOOL’S out (or will be soon) and bathing suit time is here. Who wants to be indoors cooking? Not me. Probably … Read more

Get priorities straight

ON THE GARDEN PATH by Carolyn Herriot Well, maybe it is just the time of year, or maybe it’s the time of man, I don’t … Read more

Presence is the key

THE POWER OF NOW by Eckhart Tolle NOBODY CHOOSES dysfunction, conflict, pain. Nobody chooses insanity. They happen because there is not enough presence in you to … Read more

Countdown to Copenhagen

FILMS WORTH WATCHING by Robert Alstead BEFORE THE economic levees burst, letting loose a wave of bank failures and bailouts, it seemed like the future … Read more

Festival of climate solutions

EARTHFUTURE by Guy Dauncey DEAR FELLOW citizens of British Columbia: Now that my government has been in power for almost a month, I feel compelled … Read more

US sets high standards

SCIENCE MATTERS by David Suzuki with Faisal Moola LAST MONTH, Barack Obama completed his first 100 days on the job as US President. During that … Read more

First Past The Post Mortem

by Peter Sircom Bromley ON MAY 12, British Columbians voted against a new system of proportional representation by a majority of 61 percent to 39 … Read more

The muse and the third man

Survivors of near-death experiences attest to a mysterious helping presence. Is it mysticism or science? by Geoff Olson IN THE LATE seventh century BC, the … Read more