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    Focus_2015-07_July.jpgJuly-August 2015 Focus.pdf

     

    4 Leslie Campbell | A LIFE-SAVER
    Will Victoria take responsibility to provide safe consumption services?

     

    10 Ray Grigg | CANADA’S SHAME
    If Vladimir Putin is politically “troublesome,”
    Stephan Harper is his environmental equivalent.

     

    12 David Broadland and Daniel Palmer | INVESTIGATIONS into INVESTIGATIONS
    News of a secret investigation involving Saanich’s interim CAO Andy Laidlaw may throw the District into more turmoil.

     

    18 Briony Penn | WAR IN THE WOODS II?
    Eight planned cutblocks in the Walbran are raising the temperature among those concerned about BC’s old-growth forests.

     

    22 Katherine Palmer Gordon | GETTING ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF HISTORY
    The Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report calls for a massive shift in how Canada conducts itself in relation to Aboriginal people.

     

    26 Aaren Madden | WHERE THE WHALES COME IN
    Marika Swan finds personal guidance and artistic inspiration in her people’s spiritual connection to whales.

     

    40 Monica Prendergast | A DELICIOUS SUMMER THEATRE MENU
    Shakespeare, queer, the Goose, the Fringe and more.

     

    42 Amy Reiswig | BUILDING A HOUSE TOGETHER
    Two books expand the conversation on how, together, indigenous and settler people can create a new story.

     

    44 Gene Miller | AGGRESSIVE RECYCLING BEATS AGGRESSIVE PANHANDLING
    Contemporary circumstances, including shrinking governments, demand that we, the human family, be socially innovative.

     

    46 Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic | THE AGE OF IRRESPONSIBILITY
    What’s happening on our roads is a microcosm of what seems to be ailing society in general.

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