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Column: Fall out from terror attacks in Paris will be felt here
Like the mythical monster Hydra, the many heads of hardened jihadist cells and unstable loner terrorists will continue to threaten.
Column: How not to redraw the map in the Middle East
When HarperCollins released an atlas designed for English-speaking children in schools in the Middle East, something was missing.
Column: Avian flu carries potential economic sting
With the sudden outbreak of bird ‘flu, the poultry industry is understandably on edge.
Column: Climate concerns as the warmest year nears
Last weekend’s cold outblast notwithstanding, this winter is potentially shaping up to be warmer and dryer than normal.
Column: Time to stop just talking about poverty
This month, First Call: BC Child and Youth Advocacy Coalition released their annual Child Poverty Report and the numbers are pretty grim.
Column: What comets can teach us about our Earth
Even in the few days it kept working, Philae has beamed back to Earth data to show that it has already detected organic molecules.
Column: Breaking the code of silence on sexual assault
Sexual assaults are far less likely to be reported than other forms of physical abuse.
Column: Echoes still to be heard from attack in Ottawa
The Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) knows that about 130 individuals have left Canada to join terrorist organizations...
Column: Ottawa attack brings call for greater vigilance
The murder of a fine, dedicated soldier performing the most honourable of duties hits at the very soul of Canadians
Column: Troubling trends in global wildlife populations
The World Wildlife Fund reported this week an alarming decrease in the population size of species around the world.
Column: Turning up the heat on climate change action
Maybe they can get beyond the endless blame-your-neighbour mentality and actually come up with a deal that works, says Margaret Evans
Column: Five years to repair government-teacher relations
The newly crafted labour peace may, though, only be a labour truce for now.
Column: Franklin expedition opens window on the North
The whole Franklin story not only represents Canadian and Arctic history but the entire saga of colonial exploration and trade.
Column: Will this education impasse have parents eyeing alternatives?
Discussion, compromise, and willingness to give and take are needed to move forward.
Column: Recent rumblings offer earthquake reminder
While predicting earthquakes is still a seismologist’s dream, our understanding of them is growing, if in intriguing ways.
Column: Comedian’s death should shine light on depression
The death of Robin Williams highlights the cost and complexity of mental illness
Column: Cost of Flight 17’s destruction still being counted
The downed plane and any Russian involvement is a game changer. The Ukraine conflict could even could threaten European security.
Column: More hot, dry weather to come, climatologist says
A hot dry summer this year followed by an El Nino event in the winter could threaten water supply issues in coming years.
Column: Dysfunctional education relationship needs to be fixed
Few labour disputes have been as bitter as the standoff between the British Columbia Teachers Federation and the provincial government.
Column: Stronger rules needed for standards of care for animals
The Code sets standards for housing, feed, health and welfare, husbandry practices, transportation and humane euthanasia