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Ancient DNA suggests woolly mammoths roamed the Earth more recently than previously thought

Ancient DNA suggests woolly mammoths roamed the Earth more recently than previously thought

Permafrost in the Yukon is a treasure trove of ancient environmental DNA, but climate change threatens these rich historical archives
How businesses can best help employees disconnect from work

How businesses can best help employees disconnect from work

The best way to help employees disconnect from work is to allow them the autonomy to choose for themselves how, when and where to disconnect
Co-housing and dementia villages: Social innovations offer alternatives for long-term care

Co-housing and dementia villages: Social innovations offer alternatives for long-term care

Coronavirus has disproportionately impacted the most vulnerable seniors. We need socially innovative solutions to redesign long-term care and help seniors age safely and with dignity
What is a climate stress test? A sustainable finance expert explains

What is a climate stress test? A sustainable finance expert explains

Regulators, banks and policy-makers use stress tests to uncover weak points in how financial institutions operate and identify changes that will help buffer them from harm
Opinion: B.C. government will lose trust if it stays unclear in its messaging

Opinion: B.C. government will lose trust if it stays unclear in its messaging

'I am asking them to be more honest, open-minded and thoughtful about the messaging they put out.'
Opinion: Mission Unaccomplished in Squamish

Opinion: Mission Unaccomplished in Squamish

'Between the wish and the thing, the world lies waiting.'
Letter: The pendulum swung too far on Squamish’s vacation rental policy

Letter: The pendulum swung too far on Squamish’s vacation rental policy

'I feel that the pendulum might have been too far one way with all the short-term rentals available, but now it’s swung too far the other way in an effort to fix the housing problem.'
Editorial: We think you can handle the truth

Editorial: We think you can handle the truth

The information brick walls are discussed with exhausted and knowing eye rolls among reporters across media outlets.
Tax-scam phone calls on rise in B.C., poll finds

Tax-scam phone calls on rise in B.C., poll finds

Half of B.C.’s mobile phone users say they have received calls from an individual purporting to represent a government entity like the Canada Revenue Agency – a 15-point increase since 2019.
Should university instructors disclose mental health conditions? It's complicated

Should university instructors disclose mental health conditions? It's complicated

The pandemic has introduced a new context for university instructors navigating boundaries and responsibilities around their students’ and their own well-being and mental health