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I cannot believe what I am reading!
Easier to be a hero in short spirts, but we might have to prep for more of a long-term gig
All humans were created only once.
So THAT'S where my Lady Godiva pumpkins went!
Pleading with motorists to slow down and to ensure everyone makes it through this challenging time
By Keith McNeill
Hand washing and social distancing are only part of the solution to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The utter indifference by all levels of government to the well-being of our senior citizens during this COVID-19 pandemic is a national disgrace. It proves beyond a doubt that systemic ageism is deeply entrenched in our halls of power.
In this time of stress, change helps overrides negative feelings by tricking nervous systems
Columnist Jim Hilton writes about animals that are considered invasive
Minor inconveniences are saving many of us north of the 49th Parallel from the horrors of this virus
Elaine Nyeholt's column for the Haida Gwaii Observer
Is the curve being flattened? data on hospitalizations provides a crucial answer.
Here's a variation on My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean which I wrote for Bonnie Henry:
On March 29 our Prime Minister sent out a tweet: "COVID-19 is having an impact on people right across the country - but we know that some communities are more vulnerable to its impacts than others. So here's what we're doing to help the most vulnerable and make sure no one gets left behind."
An Albion meditation and mindfulness instructor suggests how we can navigate these chaotic times
Local resilience and sustainability are the only lifeline, says columnist
Alistair MacGregor is the NDP Member of Parliament for Cowichan-Malahat-Langford
With the coronavirus now dominating all media and all discussion, we risk forgetting about the much larger crisis posed by climate change.
Columnist David Zirnhelt writes about ranching during the COVID-19 pandemic