4 Leslie Campbell | OUR FOCUS IS CHANGING
After 28 years as a monthly, we’re going to decarbonize a bit.
12 David Broadland | OPTION 10: OUR best bet to avoid sewercide? Fisheries Act requirements for sewage treatment in Victoria could be met for less than $200 million.
16 Judith Lavoie | STANDOFF AT POLAK SPRINGS
Shawnigan Lake residents dig in for a long fight to protect their water from a controversial contaminated soil landfill.
18 Alan Cassels | WHOSE SECRET INSTRUCTIONS WASTED $100 MILLION?
The likely cost of the unjustified firing of eight Ministry of Health researchers is staggering, yet no one has been held accountable.
20 Briony Penn | TRANS MOUNTAIN OPPONENTS GET BOOST FROM FEDS
How the National Energy Board found itself under attack by everyone in January.
22 Aaren Madden | ILLUMINATING THE EVERYDAY
Barbara Callow uses light to bring life to the painted form.
36 Mollie Kaye | CALLING YOUR INNER GYPSY
Swain on swing: The 5th Annual Victoria Django Festival.
38 Monica Prendergast | THE VALLEY
Issues around policing and mental health lie at the heart of award-winning playwright Joan MacLeod’s work.
40 Amy Reiswig | NATURE IS FORECLOSING
The Climate Nexus calls for a transformative discussion on adapting our life-support systems to climate change.
42 Gene Miller | SEWERCIDE
Local politicians are bumbling toward a multi-billion-dollar sewage treatment plan the community doesn’t need.
44 Maleea Acker | A BIRDING EVANGELIST’S BIG YEAR
Knowing our fellow creatures inspires Ann Nightingale’s passion.
46 Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic | SNUGGLE UP WITH KOSELIGHET
The yarn that keeps us knitted together, especially through winter.
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