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    December 2015


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    Focus_2015-12_December.jpgDecember 2015.pdf

     

    4 Leslie Campbell | EMBRACING DECARBONIZATION
    It’s time for Christy Clark to wake up from her LNG dream before it becomes a nightmare for the rest of us.

     

    10 10 Marine Scientists | SCIENTISTS TO CRD: PETITION THE FEDS FOR RECLASSIFICATION
    Marine scientists plead for an evidence-based approach to developing sewage treatment for Victoria.

     

    12 David Broadland | THE CHINESE WELDING RUSE
    As the cost for a new bridge marches towards $150 million, explanations from City Hall seem designed to distract rather than inform.

     

    14 Judith Lavoie | PUTTING THE GAG WHERE IT BELONGS
    Scientists and policy experts on the Harper government’s well-loathed practice of replacing scientific evidence with PR spin.

     

    16 Briony Penn | 100 days OF DESTRUCTION
    BC Hydro accused of divide-and-conquer tactics among Peace River Valley First Nations.

     

    18 Rob Wipond | PROVINCE TO REIN IN POLICE CHIEF ASSOCIATIONS?
    A surprise government announcement could lead to the resolution of long-standing controversies about police secrecy.

     

    20 Alan Cassels | HEALTH VOICES CO-OPTED
    The Ministry of Health’s attempt to privatize the voice of patients does not have a promising prognosis. 

     

    22 Liz McArthur | NEW CANADIANS INCOMING
    Victoria prepares to help Syrian refugees make a new home.

     

    24 Aaren Madden | SELF PRESERVATION
    Joanne Thomson’s new paintings, inspired by her grandparents’ life, transforms the pain of family secrets.

     

    38 Monica Prendergast | SPIT DELANEY’S ISLAND
    Jack Hodgins’ novel has been reworked into a new play by Charles Tidler.

     

    40 Amy Reiswig | THE POWER IN YOUR HANDS
    45 Years of Fooling Around with A. Banana: a book and an exhibit.

     

    42 Gene Miller | TOMORROWLAND
    Let’s make Victoria a model for the new economy.

     

    44 Maleea Acker | JACQUES SIROIS’ BIOSPHERE DREAMS
    Nurturing herring would allow other species to rebound in the Salish Sea area.

     

    46 Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic | SHARING OUR BLESSINGS
    This Christmas season, let’s envision our city as an inn that truly has room for everyone.

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