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    January 2016


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    Focus_2016-01_January.jpgJanuary 2016 Focus.pdf

     

    4 David Broadland | COMMISSIONER LOWE’S OPEN WINDOW
    The Commissioner’s report, by example, challenges other government officials to meet his high standard for transparency.

     

    10 Ken Wu | IN TERMS OF EMISSIONS, LOGGING THE WALBRAN MAKES NO SENSE
    If the BC government were serious about addressing climate change, it would protect old-growth forests.

     

    12 David Broadland | ENVIRONMENT CANADA’S BILLION-DOLLAR screw-up
    A study by DFO scientists found that secondary sewage treatment will have a negligible effect on environmental conditions in our waters.

     

    16 Leslie Campbell | INTENT CITY
    The encampment at the law courts grounds provides evidence of our collective failure to meet the need for housing.

     

    18 Judith Lavoie | SCIENTISTS: SPLIT DFO IN TWO
    Is the new government open to hearing scientists’ arguments that DFO cannot protect both industry and fish?

     

    20 Aaren Madden | THE SUM OF ITS PARTS
    With his unique medium, sculptor Roland Gatin fuses stone to build connections and explore ideas.

     

    34 Mollie Kaye | LORRAINE MIN COMES HOME
    Acclaimed pianist will perform Chopin’s Piano Concerto No.1 on January 23 at the Royal Theatre.

     

    36 Robin J Miller | MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
    Out Innerspace Dance Theatre premières its latest creation in Victoria, January 29 & 30.

     

    38 Amy Reiswig | FALLING IN LOVE WITH THE FUTURE
    Guy Dauncey’s new novel envisions an urban ecotopia.

     

    40 Gene Miller | THE PLUMBER’S DILEMMA
    The delusional desire for amalgamation.

     

    42 Maleea Acker | CARING FOR KWETAL IN MEEGAN
    Cheryl Bryce’s Community Tool Shed.

     

    44 Briony Penn | 100 PERCENT PURE WHAT?
    Most of New Zealand has been deforested due to agriculture, impacting biodiversity, water quality and the climate.

     

    46 Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic | UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH ONE TREE
    2016: A good year for championing everything local.

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