The tumbler sight is quite funny, mixes technology with the magic of JK Rowling's books. The author has a wonderful imagination and by extending technology into a magical realm has created and entertaining and thought provoking way to look at differences between people and they way they learn.
“We know from some research that has been done by Northern Heath – by others, that when there are large-scale resource development projects – when there are work camps – there’s a particular set of impacts, one of which very often is violence...
Leaders from the North Pacific Coast First Nations and the provincial government of British Columbia announced completion of plans for the Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP) on Monday, which would chart a new course for ocean conservation.
Conflict wreaks havoc on our brains. We are groomed by evolution to protect ourselves whenever we sense a threat. In our modern context, we don’t fight like a badger with a coyote, or run away like a rabbit from a fox. But our basic impulse to protect ourselves is automatic and unconscious.
Here are four steps to get out of “fight or flight" mode.
Tuesday was the Canadian government's first opportunity to address the UN Human Rights Committee in Geneva, which is conducting the first review in 10 years of Canada's compliance to a major international treaty.
Brenda Wadey's insight:
Defending Canada's Human Rights record over the last 10 years would be daunting. There has been significant erosion of rights, access to information and political transparency during that same timespan.
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Resource development in B.C. isn't stalled, as many appear to fear, but rather is proceeding at a historic pace, according to a new report from Resource Works, a business funded, Vancouver-based think-tank that focuses on economic and environmental...
Brenda Wadey's insight:
Opportunities are created when you work collaboratively with first nations.
What can we do to prevent the misrepresentation of First Nations culture from creeping up time and again? Ask First Nations people what they think about the appropriateness of the action you are planning beforehand, writes Don Marks.
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