You're stranded on a deserted island with 100 others. Organization is vital for survival. How will you choose a leader and make group decisions? What laws will you pass for your little society?
The tide is turning on harm reduction. The reins of a new national drug strategy are squarely in the hands of Health Canada. There are positive signs legislators are abandoning ideology for evidence-based policy, and stonewalling for action. Last year, the opioid crisis claimed 916 lives in B.C. alone.
When you’re part of a newsroom long enough, the goodbyes start piling up. After awhile, they become a blur. People come and go, careers start and end. And there’s rarely enough time to digest it all.
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January is Alzheimer Awareness Month and we are all connected to people who are trying to find their way with this disease, and we must all act now to end dementia.
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There could be more at stake in the toy aisle than we realize.