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🔍Read Full ArticleWhen Dark is Light

When Dark is Light

👤Matt J. Simmons 🕔Nov 06, 2017

The dark is mystery. It is the unknown. It can be comforting or terrifying, or both at the same time.

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🔍Read Full ArticleStrengthening Families

Strengthening Families

🕔Nov 06, 2017

Mental illness can be as challenging for caregivers and family members as it is for the person experiencing the illness itself.

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🔍Read Full ArticleNo Room on the Bus

No Room on the Bus

👤Amanda Follett Hosgood 🕔Nov 06, 2017

"On several mornings, she says she saw five teens get off to make room for younger kids, indicating the bus was overbooked by at least as many spaces."

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🔍Read Full ArticleA Terror of Tyrannosaurs

A Terror of Tyrannosaurs

👤Jo Boxwell 🕔Nov 06, 2017

The best way to see ancient dinosaur footprints is in the dark. It’s also the best way to feel that tingly sensation on the back of your neck. Jo Boxwell takes us to Tumbler Ridge, where lantern tours of the dino trackways are a mainstay of the growing paleo-tourism industry.

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🔍Read Full ArticleBy Boat

By Boat

🕔Nov 06, 2017

In Haida Gwaii, the dark months of winter mean more time for things like hunting trips. Join photographer Joseph Crawford as he explores abandoned buildings and the subdued coastal landscapes while on a boat-access hunting excursion.

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🔍Read Full ArticleAvalanches

Avalanches

👤Tania Millen 🕔Nov 06, 2017

Travelling in northern BC’s backcountry means taking risks. Why we do we do it? Tania Millen weighs in, as she explores the dark side of risk vs. reward, and nudges us in the right direction for finding balance.

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🔍Read Full ArticleNightbirds

Nightbirds

👤Dave Quinn 🕔Nov 06, 2017

Helen Keller proved irrevocably the power of the senses, especially when one operates in isolation from the rest. Spending a night on a remote island, sans headlamp, to witness the spectacle of nesting seabirds is revealing, to say the least. Join writer and biologist Dave Quinn on the North Coast with some very peculiar little birds.

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🔍Read Full ArticleSkip Mountain

Skip Mountain

🕔Nov 06, 2017

Skip Mountain is a great accessible scramble between Prince Rupert and Terrace.

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