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    March 2015


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    Focus_2015-03_March.jpgMarch 2016 Focus.pdf

     

    4 Leslie Campbell | THE DEER QUESTION
    Living with wildlife can be a community-building project. Oak Bay chose a different path.

     

    14 David Broadland | PENNY-WISE, POUND-FOOLISH 
    The recommended level of seismic protection for the new bridge was secretly lowered as construction costs escalated.

     

    18 Judith Lavoie | DIVESTMENT COOLS TAR SANDS
    Divestment on its own won’t keep fossil fuel reserves in the ground—but it might help.

     

    20 Briony Penn | BC’S EXPENSIVE FISH FARMS
    The federal government seems intent on propping up corporate fish farming despite the high costs.

     

    24 David Broadland | McLOUGHLINISM IN RETREAT?
    In trying to save the McLoughlin Point plan, CRD staff instead shoot it in the foot.

     

    26 Aaren Madden | COLOURFUL HISTORIES
    Nancy Ruhl’s paintings offer vivid homage to domestic architecture while documenting a changing cityscape.

     

    40 Robin J Miller | FROM THE FAVELAS OF BRAZIL
    Dance Victoria brings Compagnie Käfig to the Royal Theatre, March 13 and 14.

     

    42 Amy Reiswig | THE ENEMY IS PINK LEGO
    Jordan Stratford’s feminist adventure story helps girls reboot their own reality.

     

    44 Gene Miller | WHEN I’M 164
    Past cultures were gone in a generational eye-blink. Strap in, brothers and sisters!

     

    46 Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic | SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL
    A small house doesn’t have to be a compromise.

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