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Opinion: Enduring colonialism has made it harder to end the COVID-19 pandemic

Opinion: Enduring colonialism has made it harder to end the COVID-19 pandemic

A major lesson from the COVID-19 pandemic is the need to decolonize transnational governance so that the world is better able to handle both future and current global crises.
Underwater noise pollution research needs tangible targets to help endangered killer whales

Underwater noise pollution research needs tangible targets to help endangered killer whales

The Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project will make it harder for these killer whales to hunt, communicate and navigate.
Here's why you need to make a trip to this bucket-list B.C. hotel and restaurant

Here's why you need to make a trip to this bucket-list B.C. hotel and restaurant

For starters: Location, location, location.
Metro Vancouver heat wave a risk to seniors, vulnerable people

Metro Vancouver heat wave a risk to seniors, vulnerable people

Check in on each other today, as inland highs could reach up to 35 C.
Are B.C.'s public universities, colleges considering a mandatory Indigenous Studies course?

Are B.C.'s public universities, colleges considering a mandatory Indigenous Studies course?

Earlier this month, an East Coast university made an Indigenous Studies course a mandatory graduation requirement.
Opinion: The rise of ‘Dr. Google’: The risks of self-diagnosis and searching symptoms online

Opinion: The rise of ‘Dr. Google’: The risks of self-diagnosis and searching symptoms online

Searching symptoms online has become so common there is a name for the condition of health anxiety induced by self-diagnosis on the internet: Cyberchondria.
The unique family dynamic: children ‘language brokering’ for their immigrant parents

The unique family dynamic: children ‘language brokering’ for their immigrant parents

When children move to Canada with their parents who don't speak English, they are often required to act as interpreters, both in language and culture.
Artificial intelligence could make our food safer — but at what cost?

Artificial intelligence could make our food safer — but at what cost?

Food recalls can be seriously harmful — or even deadly — to consumers and the economy. But artificial intelligence could change all of that.
An Afghan woman’s struggle to come to Canada

An Afghan woman’s struggle to come to Canada

One year after the Taliban took over Kabul, Afghan woman tells her story of how she got out of Afghanistan and what was left behind
Opinion: Treating monkeypox like an STI may help control the outbreak, but stigma is a danger

Opinion: Treating monkeypox like an STI may help control the outbreak, but stigma is a danger

Monkeypox is not considered an STI but is spreading among sexual partners. Adding sexual health strategies to the public health response is helpful, but there is a danger of stigmatizing MPXV.