Hurrah for raw

NUTRISPEAK by Vesanto Melina In last month’s column, we explored by-products from cooking that can pose a threat to human health: HCAs (heterocyclic amines), PAHs … Read more

Why care about the Internet?

INDEPENDENT MEDIA by Steve Anderson In the past, I’ve asked Canadians to send Industry Minister Tony Clement letters asking him to stop Internet Service Providers … Read more

A caveman diet?

NUTRISPEAK by Vesanto Melina Would a Paleo diet work in today’s world? Would it be an optimal way for everyone to eat? Although we might … Read more

The salad box

ON THE GARDEN PATH by Carolyn Herriot The first year we moved into our new home I asked my husband Guy to build me 12 … Read more

Being kind or being right

UNIVERSE WITHIN by Gwen Randall-Young When you have a choice to be right or to be kind, choose kind and watch your suffering disappear. – Dr Wayne … Read more

Coming-of-age stories

FILMS WORTH WATCHING by Robert Alstead Growing up is painful enough. Growing up during a war really hurts. That’s the thrust of rites-of-passage drama Winter in … Read more

Campbell’s Legacy

SCIENCE MATTERS by David Suzuki One of Canada’s longest-serving politicians, Gordon Campbell, recently stepped down as leader of the BC Liberal Party and premier of … Read more

Autumn Skye Morrison

Artist statement My purpose is to create. In that process, I find stillness and rhythm, my teacher and passion. I believe that art can be … Read more

Burzynski: the Movie

cancer is serious business by by C.A. Wolski   In Burzynski: the Movie, director Eric Merola details the eponymous doctor’s ongoing struggles to treat his patients … Read more