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Opinion: Canada faces huge physical costs from climate change, making net zero a great investment

Opinion: Canada faces huge physical costs from climate change, making net zero a great investment

Reducing greenhouse gases is expensive, but it’s a great investment compared to the damage we can expect to the Canadian economy if the climate warms 5 C by 2100.
Opinion: Abortion and inherited disease: Genetic disorders complicate the view that abortion is a choice

Opinion: Abortion and inherited disease: Genetic disorders complicate the view that abortion is a choice

For women with a family history of serious genetic disorders, abortion is a critical option: a security feature that allows them to consider having children.
Walk With Me project a stepping stone to empathy during Canada's toxic drug crisis

Walk With Me project a stepping stone to empathy during Canada's toxic drug crisis

The toxic drug crisis disproportionately impacts middle-aged men, many of whom work in the trades sector, and First Nations people, particularly women, says Sharon Karsten.
Bacteria causing fish skin disease spiked around fish farms, a study finds

Bacteria causing fish skin disease spiked around fish farms, a study finds

Bacteria that causes skin disease in fish spiked around fish farms in Discovery Islands
Recall issued Canada-wide for peanut butter due to salmonella concern

Recall issued Canada-wide for peanut butter due to salmonella concern

Smucker Foods has issued a press release apologizing.
One in 10 Canadian women could have PTSD, says StatsCan

One in 10 Canadian women could have PTSD, says StatsCan

A new report shows 82% of Canadians who met the criteria for probable PTSD and looked for professional help had trouble accessing it.
Five great North Shore hikes for kids

Five great North Shore hikes for kids

Here are the top kid-friendly trails in North and West Vancouver, from local hiking book author Stephen Hui.
B.C. prosecutors warned about wrongful convictions, 'tunnel vision' in new policy document

B.C. prosecutors warned about wrongful convictions, 'tunnel vision' in new policy document

"These policy changes represent another step on the path toward changing the status quo for the better," says the BC Prosecution Service.
Extradited man gets $100K bail on Vancouver investment fraud, theft charges

Extradited man gets $100K bail on Vancouver investment fraud, theft charges

The U.K. man, who faces a total of 26 charges related to alleged events between 2010 and 2013, must abide by a 10 p.m. to 7 a.m. curfew.
B.C. using A.I. to hunt for racist land titles

B.C. using A.I. to hunt for racist land titles

No one knows how many land titles with racist and discriminatory language written into them there are in B.C., but a machine-learning project from LTSA and SFU may soon find out.