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September 25 - Madeline Lauener
Cutting-edge blood cancer treatment with shorter wait times on the horizon for Canadians - The Globe and Mail

September 23 - Amanda Butler
Investigative report on serial offenders in B.C. calls for more mental health supports - AM 1150 News, Talk, Sports (CKFR)

September 23 - Bruce Lanphear
Getting the lead out — at long last - The Center for Public Integrity

September 23 - Kelley Lee
Changes coming for COVID-19 border measures - CBC Radio - On the Coast

September 22 - Kelley Lee
Changes expected for COVID-19 border restrictions (PART I) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

September 22 - Kelley Lee
Changes expected for COVID-19 border restrictions (PART II) - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

September 22 - Amanda Butler
How to deal with prolific offenders - Radio NL (CHNL)

September 21 - Amanda Butler
Kelowna’s rep on BC Mayors’ Caucus supports safer communities report - Kelowna Capital News

September 21 - Amanda Butler
BC government releases results of “prolific offenders” study - CHNL-AM

September 21 - Amanda Butler
Report on B.C. prolific offenders recommends focus on mental health, addictions supports - The Peace Arch News

September 21 - Amanda Butler
BC unveils how it plans to solve the issue of repeat offenders - Daily Hive Vancouver

September 21 - Amanda Butler
B.C. to bring back special teams to monitor repeat criminals - The Vancouver Sun

September 20 - Tim Takaro
‘An existential threat’: Anti-TMX rally held at site of Stoney Creek pipeline trenching - Burnaby Beacon

September 18 - Julian Somers
As safe-supply study appears to show benefits for drug users, critics raise warning flag - The Globe and Mail

September 16 - Benedikt Fischer
Peter McKnight: Research shows risk of harm, lack of benefits from compulsory drug treatment - The Vancouver Sun

September 16 - Tim Takaro
Are some environmental activists sacrificial lambs in the fight to end the use of fossil fuels? - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

September 15 - Julian Somers
Prolific offenders are committing an outsized amount of crime in B.C. What can be done to solve the problem? - CBC British Columbia

September 14 - Taleen Lara Ashekian
Paging Dr. Google: The risks of self-diagnosis and searching symptoms online - Zoomer Magazine

September 13 - Scott Lear
Higher step counts equal better CV health: UK Biobank - TCTMD

September 10 - Farina Khondaker
Surrey mobile unit brings health care to 'unseen' homeless people affected by overdose crisis - The Vancouver Sun

September 6 - Kiffer Card
Are climate change and extreme heat stressing you out? - The Tyee

August 31 - Scott Lear
Pandemic-fuelled virtual health-care boom shows no signs of slowing, experts say - CBC Radio One 91.5FM (CBYG)

August 31 - Scott Lear
Pandemic-fuelled virtual health-care boom shows no signs of slowing - CBC Radio One 91.5FM (CBYG)

August 30 - Kate Tairyan
TMX continued work in river for two weeks after salmon controversy - IndigiNews

August 26 - Amanda Butler
Kelowna's prolific offender arrested again - The Vancouver Sun

August 24 - Bruce Lanphear
Do lead pipelines pose health risks? (PART I) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 24 - Bruce Lanphear
Do lead pipelines pose health risks? (PART II) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 21 - Kiffer Card
The risks of self-diagnosis and searching symptoms online - 630 CHED

August 21 - Kiffer Card
Does the monkeypox virus disproportionately affect gay and bisexual men? - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 18 - Kate Tairyan
Hope advocacy group ‘heartbroken’ by DFO’s lack of response to pipeline work in river - The Chilliwack Progress

August 18 - Taleen Lara Ashekian
The rise of ‘Dr. Google,' the risks of self-diagnosis and searching symptoms online - Vancouver Sun

August 17 - Taleen Lara Ashekian
Virtual healthcare during COVID-19 pandemic (PART I) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 17 - Taleen Lara Ashekian
Virtual healthcare during COVID-19 pandemic (PART II) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 17 - Kiffer Card
Got climate change anxiety? You’re not alone - The Narwhal

August 16 - Kiffer Card
Why it's important to tell people that monkeypox is predominately affecting gay and bisexual men - National Post

August 15 - Taleen Lara Ashekian
The rise of ‘Dr. Google’: The risks of self-diagnosis and searching symptoms online - The Conversation

August 15 - Kiffer Card
Does monkeypox predominantly affect gay and bixsexual men? (PART I) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 15 - Kiffer Card
Does monkeypox predominantly affect gay and bixsexual men? (PART II) - Newstalk 770 CHQR

August 15 - Kiffer Card
Dead salmon found at Trans Mountain construction site sparks outcry - Vancouver is Awesome

August 14 - Kiffer Card
Why it’s important to tell people that monkeypox is predominately affecting gay and bisexual men - The Conversation

August 12 - Tim Takaro
Trans Mountain says pipeline work in Coquihalla River complete as salmon concerns mount - CBC.CA News

August 12 - Kiffer Card
Climate change and extreme heat are making us more anxious - National Post

August 11 - Kate Tairyan
(FR) Trans Mountain is excavating in a salmon river - Le Devoir

August 11 - Kiffer Card
Climate change is hurting our mental health. These researchers want to help - CBC.CA News

August 11 - Kiffer Card
(FR) Climate change is damaging our mental health. These researchers want to help - What's Now

August 10 - Kiffer Card
Climate change and extreme heat are making us more anxious - The Conversation Canada

August 10 - Kate Tairyan
Dead salmon prompt federal fisheries team to inspect Trans Mountain expansion work site - Global News

August 10 - Kate Tairyan
Trans Mountain Work Site Blocks Early Salmon Run on Coquihalla River, Local Observers Say - The Energy Mix

August 10 - Kate Tairyan
'The fox taking care of the hen coop': Environmentalists push DFO to halt pipeline construction after dead salmon found at Trans Mountain site - National Observer

August 10 - Kate Tairyan
TMX critics question pipeline construction in river with spawning salmon - The Vancouver Sun

August 9 - Kate Tairyan
Concerns over salmon prompt calls to pause Trans Mountain construction on Coquihalla River - CBC.CA News

August 9 - Kate Tairyan
(FR) Construction of Trans Mountain threatens salmon, say environmentalists - ICI Radio-Canada

August 9 - Kate Tairyan
B.C. group calls for halt of pipeline construction to protect salmon - CTV News

August 9 - Julian Somers
Why can't we reopen Riverview Psychiatric Hospital? - News Talk 980 CKNW

August 9 - Julian Somers
‘Walking dead roaming the streets’: Local BIA president agrees with Vancouver Tripadvisor review - Global News

August 9 - Julian Somers
City of Vancouver staff to start removing tents along East Hastings street - Global BC

August 9 - Mathew Fleury
New research project from First Nations Health Authority looks at Two-Spirit individuals - CBC Radio - One the Coast

August 8 - Lyana Patrick
Tent removals begin in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside - CBC Radio One

August 8 - Kate Tairyan and Tim Takaro
Group calls on DFO to pause pipeline construction after discovering dead salmon at diverted river in Hope - Abbotsford News

August 3 - Karen Palmer
How harmful is too much sitting? - Global BC (CHAN)

August 2 - Karen Palmer
ICUs and ERs in hospitals are struggling with staff shortages (PART I) - CBC News Network with Aarti Pole

August 2 - Karen Palmer
ICUs and ERs in hospitals are struggling with staff shortages (PART II) - CBC News Network with Aarti Pole

August 2 - Tim Takaro
‘Conservatives should draw the line against Poilievre for PM long before getting to his stand on vaccine mandates alone.’ The Conservative leadership race, plus other letters to the editor for Aug. 2 - The Globe and Mail

August 1 - Bruce Lanphear
Leaded aviation fuel is prompting bipartisan outrage among US legislators - Quartz

July 29 - Bruce Lanphear
A Bay Area community’s uphill fight to stop ‘a cumulative poison' - San Francisco Chronicle

July 28 - Bruce Lanphear
San Jose's Reid-Hillview Airport draws congressional scrutiny over leaded aviation fuel - CBS News

July 28 - Julian Somers
(CH) Kitsilano to support community housing re-planning approved after public hearing - Sing Tao Daily

July 27 - Julian Somers
Vancouver city council approves social housing proposal in Kitsilano - Storeys

July 26 - Julian Somers
Kitsilano supportive housing project approved by Vancouver City Council - Daily Hive Vancouver

July 21 - Kelley Lee
Canada’s cruise sector aims for smoother sailing season - Vancouver is Awesome

July 20 - Bruce Lanphear
'Time bomb' lead pipes will be removed. But first water utilities have to find them - NPR

July 20 - Kelley Lee
Personal risk assessment the new normal for summer travellers - Vancouver is Awesome

July 19 - Kelley Lee
Mandatory random COVID-19 testing is back at four of Canada's major airports - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

July 14 - Julian Somers
Prominent retired judge opposes Kitsilano housing proposal for homeless people - Vancouver is Awesome

July 11 - Scott Lear
Cons of long working hours and how you can fix them - News18

July 5 - Scott Lear
How much sitting time is too much? - The Jerusalem Post

June 30 - Lindsay Hedden
No magic pill to cure North Shore family doctor shortage - North Shore News

June 27 - Julian Somers
Supportive housing project in Vancouver up for contentious debate - The Globe and Mail

June 27 - Julian Somers
Kitsilano tower proposal for homeless goes before council Tuesday - Vancouver is Awesome

June 27 - Ryan Allen
B.C. researchers find possible solution to pollution’s impact on children’s brain development - Surrey Now-Leader

June 26 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Climate change affecting allergy season - CTV Edmonton (CFRN)

June 23 - Ryan Allen
Reducing air pollution boosts brain development in children - Earth.com

June 23 - Ryan Allen
Air purifiers at home could protect infants’ brain development from high levels of air pollution - Forbes

June 22 - Ryan Allen
Air purifiers may improve brain development in children - Times Now India

June 22 - Tim Takaro
The treesit ‘Eagle’ was a masterpiece with four walls, a roof, six windows, a bed and a heater - National Observer

June 22 - Scott Lear
Sitting again linked to disease, death, but exercise may help - WebMD

June 20 - Scott Lear
(CH) Health impacts of prolonged sitting - Sing Tao Daily

June 20 - Scott Lear
Sitting for more than six hours a day can increase a person's risk of early death by 10%, study finds - Daily Mail

June 19 - Bruce Lanphear
‘Time bomb’ lead pipes set to be removed. But first water utilities have to find them - The Missouri Independent

June 19 - Julian Somers
Kitsilano social housing building not the right model says one SFU professor - 980 CKNW

June 18 - Sarah Savić Kallesøe
Climate Change Could Intensify Violence Against Women, Study Says - Voice of America

June 17 - Julian Somers
Kitsilano resident group rejects proposed social housing building, calls for better model - CTV News

June 17 - Tim Takaro
Vancouver doctor who spent days in trees blocking pipeline work will serve jail time - CTV News

June 17 - Scott Lear
Sitting for more than six hours a day can increase a person's risk of early death by 10%, study finds - Daily Mail

June 17 - Scott Lear
Study suggests that sitting too much could increase risk of heart disease and reduce life expectancy - CBC Radio One 90.5FM (CBCV)

June 17 - Scott Lear
Too much sitting linked to bad outcomes around the globe: PURE - TCTMD

June 16 - Julian Somers
Dan Fumano: Eby hopeful new Kitsilano social housing building proceeds, despite pushback - The Vancouver Sun

June 16 - Tim Takaro
Dr. Larry Barzelai: Is putting non-violent protesters in jail a reasonable course of action? - The Province

June 16 - Tim Takaro
SFU professor emeritus Tim Takaro sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating Trans Mountain injunction - The Georgia Straight

June 16 - Xiran Jay Zhao
Xiran Jay Zhao uses the power of #BookTok to find new audiences - The Globe and Mail

June 16 - Bruce Lanphear
50 years of research shows there is no safe level of childhood lead exposure - Quartz

June 16 - Scott Lear
Heart attack: The behaviour linked to a 50% greater risk - nearly as bad as 'smoking - Daily Express

June 16 - Scott Lear
Sitting 6-8 hours a day linked to increased risk of early death - Study Finds

June 16 - Scott Lear
Sitting for long periods of time may increase the risk of early death, heart disease - Consumer Affairs

June 15 - Scott Lear
B.C. study finds that if you want to live longer, get out of your chair - The Chilliwack Progress

June 13 - Tim Takaro
SFU prof should get 30-days' jail for Burnaby TMX tree protest: Crown - Burnaby Now

June 13 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Climate change and allergies - CTV News Channel

June 13 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
How climate change is worsening and extending allergy season - CTV News

June 10 - Tim Takaro
(FR) Trans Mountain pipeline protester Tim Takaro should not be jailed - What's Now

June 10 - Tim Takaro
Trans Mountain pipeline protester Tim Takaro should not do jail time - Toronto Star

June 6 - Zabrina Brumme
People living with HIV and on retroviral therapy have strong response to COVID-19 vaccination: Canadian study - Managed Healthcare Executive

June 5 - Julian Somers
Should small amounts of drugs like opioids or cocaine be decriminalized? - CBC News Network

June 1 - Donald MacPherson
B.C. drug decriminalization - CTV News Channel

May 31 - Brittany Bingham
The 2022 Women of the Year Awards: Change Maker - Winner - BCBusiness Magazine

May 31 - Bruce Lanphear
What do you do when your home is poisoning your family with lead? - Montana Public Radio

May 27 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Seasonal allergies have been amped up by climate change, say experts - CBC Radio - The Current

May 26 - Meghan Winters 
Vancouver neighbourhoods close in on 15-minute city status, study finds - The Energy Mix

May 25 - Kelley Lee
Please Advise! Is the WHO Plotting to Rule the World? - The Tyee

May 24 - Meghan Winters 
"15-minute city" goal within reach for Vancouver: SFU study - Daily Hive Vancouver

May 24 - Meghan Winters 
(CH) Study suggests Vancouver could be a "15-minute city" - Sing Tao Daily

May 23 - Meghan Winters
(FR) Vancouver, 15-minute city? - ICI Radio-Canada

May 23 - Meghan Winters 
Vancouver close to achieving '15-minute city' status, SFU study finds - CBC.CA News

May 22 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Allergy season is getting longer and experts say climate change is to blame - CBC Radio One - BC Today

May 20 - Kate Hosford
The ’15-minute city’ is within reach for Vancouver, but is Burnaby lagging behind? - Burnaby Now

May 19 - Kelley Lee
Legal experts accuse Leslyn Lewis of 'fearmongering' over WHO pandemic pact - What's Now

May 19 - Kelley Lee
(FR) Legal experts accuse Leslyn Lewis of 'sowing fear' over WHO pandemic pact - What's Now

May 19 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
City of Vancouver to require air conditioning in new homes starting in 2025 - Daily Hive Vancouver

May 19 - Bohdan Nosyk
17 and hooked on Benzo dope - VICE

May 19 - Bruce Lanphear
Lead poisonings of children in Baltimore are down, but lead contamination still poses a major threat, a new report says - InsideClimate News

May 18 - Bruce Lanphear
Urine levels of toxic or concerning chemicals are high during pregnancy - Chemical & Engineering News

May 18 - Kate Hosford
'15-minute city' within reach for Vancouver, said SFU report - The Vancouver Sun

May 16 - travis Salway
Study finds survivors of conversion therapy need much more support - Xtra* Magazine

May 12 - Scott Lear
SFU Announces New App Aims to Address Misinformation About COVID-19 Vaccines - T-Net

May 12 - Kiffer Card
This Man Applied for Medically Assisted Suicide Due to His Climate Anxiety - VICE

May 11 - Kiffer Card
Future COVID-19 restrictions in B.C. unlikely, say health officials - CHEK-TV

May 11 - Amanda Butler
B.C. Attorney General confident repeat offenders issue ‘solvable’ through $50k investigation - Toronto Star

May 11 - Amanda Butler
B.C.'s expert panel on prolific offenders under fire before it starts work - The Province

May 10 - Scott Lear
New Web-App To Help Mitigate COVID-19 Vaccine Misinformation - CFAX 1070

May 10 - Scott Lear
Scott Lear and Lesley Lutes: Health care is failing British Columbians with mental illness - The Vancouver Sun

May 10 - Amanda Butler
Local leaders weigh in on B.C.’s prolific offenders solution - Toronto Star

May 8 - Lindsay Hedden
Doctors for all in Ucluelet, but the only medical clinic could close at month’s end - Vancouver is Awesome

May 6 - Amanda Butler
Vaughn Palmer: After promising solutions to prolific criminals in B.C., Eby kicks the can down the road - The Vancouver Sun

May 5 - Lindsay Hedden
Template or poor data? Leaked documents raise questions about B.C. urgent care centres - CTV News

May 4 - Julian Somers
Experts concerned with safe supply review from province - City News

May 2 - Bruce Lanphear
Known to be toxic for a century, lead still poisons thousands of Midwestern kids - NPR

May 1 - Zabrina Brumme and Mark Brockman
Canadian study finds minimal evidence of weaker COVID-19 vaccine responses in people with HIV - NAM Aidsmap

April 26 - Kiffer Card, Robert Hogg, Maya Gislason and Hasina Samji
SFU research team innovating real-time measurement of climate-related distress in Canada - T-Net

April 24 - Kiffer Card 
New B.C. research measures climate anxiety from social media - The Vancouver Sun

April 24 - Kiffer Card 
B.C. researchers developing tool to measure climate distress in real time - Nelson Star News

April 22 - Tim Takaro
Serious Lack of Action to Reduce GHG Emissions Risks Our Health - My Comoxvalley Now

April 21 - Kiffer Card 
(FR) Eco-anxiety: a discomfort to be studied and for which we can equip ourselves - ICI Radio-Canada

April 21 - Kiffer Card 
SFU study looks at social media and climate-related distress - CBC Radio - The Early Edition

April 19 - Kiffer Card 
Climate anxiety is so high that it's being tracked in Canada - Vancouver is Awesome

April 19 - Julianne Piper
COVID and travel - CBC Radio - On the Coast

April 15 - Nathan Worku
How does Google's algorithm work? - CFAX 1070

April 13 - Zarah Monfaredi
Zarah Monfaredi and Remington Latanville: Input on plazas, patios must be open to a diversity of voices - The Province

April 12 - Julia Smith
Equal Pay Day in Canada pushes to close gender wage gap - City News

April 11 - Bruce Lanphear
Known to be toxic for a century, lead still poisons thousands of Midwestern kids - St. Louis Public Radio

April 10 - Bruce Lanphear
New evidence shows blood or plasma donations can reduce the PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ in our bodies - The Conversation

April 10 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Climate change might be aggravating Canada’s allergy season, but solutions are within reach - The Globe and Mail

April 8 - Tim Takaro
Environmental protests are back—on the North Shore and on the edge of False Creek - The Georgia Straight

April 6 - Kiffer Card
One-third of young Canadians say they feel helpless in the face of climate change - Vancouver is Awesome

April 5 - Nathan Worku
SFU researchers find Google algorithms place innocuous job titles on prominent conspiracy theorists - CFAX 1070

March 31 - Nathan Worku
SFU researchers find Google algorithms place innocuous job titles on prominent conspiracy theorists - The Vancouver Sun

March 30 - Tim Takaro
Emissions Targets Debate - 980 CKNW

March 28 - Kiffer Card
In B.C., ER doctor says patients are attempting suicide over climate anxiety - Vancouver is Awesome

March 28 - Tim Takaro
Opposition to Trans Mountain pipeline expansion - The Fallon Forum

March 26 - Bruce Lanphear
Anglo knew for decades about lead poisoning at Zambia mine, lawyers say - Mail & Guardian

March 22 - Travis Salway & Hasina Samji
Building back equitably: 4 ways to address mental health inequities magnified by the pandemic, and ensure access to care - The Conversation

March 18 - Bruce Lanphear
Half of US adults exposed to harmful lead levels as kids - North State Journal

March 17 - Kelley Lee
Federal government to end pre-arrival COVID testing for travellers entering Canada (PART I) - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

March 17 - Kelley Lee
Federal government to end pre-arrival COVID testing for travellers entering Canada (PART II) - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

March 16 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Allergy season in full bloom already in Metro Vancouver - The Vancouver Sun

March 15 - Tim Takaro
Pipeline debate! - 980 CKNW

March 13 - Lindsay Hedden
‘All the trends paint a dire picture’: B.C. facing looming shortage of family physicians - Healthy Debate

March 10 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
(FR) 2022 could be one of the worst years for allergy sufferers - ICI Radio-Canada

March 10 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
'Unusually early' start to allergy season in B.C. linked to changing climate - CBC.CA News

March 10 - Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
Impact of climate change on pollen levels - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

March 10 - Donald MacPherson
New report calls for immediate action to prevent more toxic drug deaths - CBC Radio - BC Today with Michelle Eliot 

March 9 - Donald MacPherson
Safer drug supply needed to prevent illicit drug deaths (PART I) - CFAX 1070

March 9 - Donald MacPherson
Safer drug supply needed to prevent illicit drug deaths (PART II) - CFAX 1070

March 8 - Julia Smith
Alberta to pause collection of provincial fuel tax; International Women's Day - CBC Radio - BC Today with Michelle Eliot

March 8 - Bruce Lanphear
Leaded gas may have lowered the IQ of 170 million US adults - Popular Science

March 7 - Bruce Lanphear
Half of US adults were exposed to harmful lead levels as kids, study finds - The Guardian

March 6 - Kiffer Card
Awkward social interactions expected as COVID-19 mask mandates lift in B.C.: expert - City News

March 5 - Alice Mũrage
'We are not a monolith': New study spotlights diversity in B.C.'s Black community - CBC.CA News

March 4 - Julian Somers
In Alberta, a Drug Poisoning Crisis Rages - The Tyee

February 27 - Meghan Winters
AT YOUR SERVICE: Inflation inevitably hits City taxpayers in the pocketbook - Langley Advance Times

February 25 - Jeremy Snyder
The big business of GiveSendGo: U.S. crowdfunding site earned at least $735,000 on Ottawa protests alone, leaked data shows - Toronto Star

February 22 - Tim Takaro
CGL Pipeline Debate - 980 CKNW

February 18 - Tim Takaro
B.C. budget expected to focus on child care, climate change, Indigenous reconciliation - The Vancouver Sun

February 17 - Tim Takaro
Human-induced climate change played "substantial" role in BC floods - Daily Hive Vancouver

February 16 - Kiffer Card
Mental health challenges arising from 2021 extreme weather events in B.C. - The Weather Network/Yahoo! News Canada

February 15 - Jamie Scott
Does mandating the B.C. Vaccine Card still make sense? - Daily Hive Vancouver

February 15 - Kiffer Card
Giant Storms In A Hotter World? - Radio Ecoshock

February 14 - Jeremy Snyder
Unregulated crowdfunding sites can fuel international crises - The Washington Post

February 12 - Scott Lear
Is technology creating a world of sickly couch potatoes? - MedicineNet

February 11 - Kelley Lee
Effective travel measures for Covid-19 - CBC Radio One 690AM/88.1FM (CBU)

February 11 - Tim Takaro
Climate change poses health care challenges - My Cowichan Valley Now

February 10 - Julian Somers
The war on drugs is a century old. These Vancouver activists are pushing to end it - The Tyee

February 7 - Jeremy Snyder
Convoy turns to new fundraising platform after being dumped by GoFundMe - CBC Gem

February 7 - Julian Somers
'Hostile process': Harm reduction groups withdraw presentation to Alberta legislative committee on drug safe supply - The Edmonton Journal

February 6 - Kiffer Card
Climate Anxiety Spiked After B.C. Heat Dome, Study Shows - The Energy Mix

February 4 - Jeremy Snyder
GoFundMe for Canada’s trucker convoy removed for violating terms of service (PART I) - News Talk 980 CKNW

February 4 - Jeremy Snyder
GoFundMe for Canada’s trucker convoy removed for violating terms of service (PART II) - News Talk 980 CKNW

February 4 - Julian Somers
NDP MLAs quit legislative committee tasked with studying opioid safe supply programs - CBC.CA News

February 3 - Kiffer Card
Net Zero: People increasingly anxious about climate change: study - iPolitics

February 2 - Jamie Scott
Uptake of COVID-19 vaccine boosters slows in Canada despite Omicron’s risks, Globe analysis finds - The Globe and Mail

February 2 - Jeremy Snyder
Is GoFundMe violating its own terms of service on the 'freedom convoy?' - The Conversation

February 2 - Kiffer Card
Climate change contributes to poorer mental health: study - CTV News

February 1 - Kiffer Card
What is eco-anxiety? (PART I) - News Talk 980 CKNW

February 1 - Kiffer Card
What is eco-anxiety? (PART II) - News Talk 980 CKNW

February 1 - Tim Takaro
Do we know enough to release Alberta’s treated tailings? - Cabin Radio

January 29 - Hasina Samji
Youth have struggled during COVID-19, but there are ways to help them - Vancouver Sun

January 29 - Jamie Scott
Quebec now says recovered COVID-19 patients should wait two months to get booster shot - CTV News

January 28 - Scott Lear
How a record-breaking heat wave fueled climate anxiety - Scientific American

January 28 - Scott Lear
Alzheimer’s: The food that could trigger the onset of symptoms and ‘induce memory loss’ - Daily Express

January 27 - Maya Gislason and Angel Kennedy
How to teach children about climate change, inspire hope and take action to change the future - The Conversation

January 27 - Tim Takaro
Link between heavy storms and increased risk of germs in treated Great Lakes drinking water - Water Canada

January 26 - Kiffer Card
Heat dome made British Columbians more anxious. Could prescribing nature help? - Vancouver is Awesome

January 26 - Kiffer Card and Scott Lear
SFU measuring climate anxiety in the wake of the heat dome - Burnaby Beacon

January 25 - Kiffer Card
Heat dome makes B.C. worry about future climate events - My Comoxvalley Now

January 24 - Kiffer Card
How the heat dome impacted our mental health - Vitamin Daily

January 21 - Donald MacPherson
Advocates push back on police rejection of drug decriminalization - City News

January 21 - Steven Lewis
'Illogical' to appoint former political staffer to highest ranks of SHA, health policy expert says - CBC.CA News

January 21 - Steven Lewis
Steven Lewis: Four lessons for the next pandemic - Leader Post

January 21 - Jamie Scott
Coronavirus: the Omicron variant is less severe but it’s not ‘nature’s vaccine’ - South China Morning Post

January 19 - Bruce Lanphear
A history of pollution pervades a California neighborhood - High Country News

January 18 - Jamie Scott
Quebec’s advice on booster shots ‘doesn't make a whole lot of sense,’ public health experts say - CTV News

January 18 - Scott Lear
Drinking water needs to be better monitored following heavy storms, report says - Windsor Star

January 18 - Scott Lear
Weather events on Great Lakes can increase risk of getting sick: IJC study - St. Catharines Standard

January 18 - Scott Lear
(FR) Getting in shape: 5 training methods to try - Magazine VÉRO

January 18 - Bruce Lanphear
Nearly half the world’s kids are exposed to dangerous levels of lead - Vox

January 14 - Bruce Lanphear
Nearly half the world’s kids are exposed to dangerous levels of lead - Vox

January 13 - Jamie Scott
Pfizer or Moderna for your booster shot? B.C. immunologists weigh in - CTV News

January 13 - Jamie Scott
If you got Omicron post-vaccination, medical experts advise not to rush out for a booster shot - CBC News - Canada

January 12 - Kelley Lee
Mexico has refused to close its borders during the covid-19 pandemic. Does that make sense? - The Washington Post

January 7 - Travis Salway
Conversion therapy 'alive and well' in B.C. despite countrywide ban taking effect: expert - Vancouver Sun

January 7 - Travis Salway
Ottawa still hasn't delivered on promise to test all travellers entering Canada from outside the U.S. - CBC.CA News

January 6 - Travis Salway
Canadian law banning ‘conversion therapy’ set to go into effect - The New York Times

January 6 - Ralph Pantophlet
Why you should get a 3rd shot even after you've had COVID-19 - CBC.CA News

January 6 - Chloe Goodison
Column: B.C.’s drug poisoning crisis isn’t simple, but the Tri-Cities is stepping up to fight it - Tri-City News

January 4 - Julia Smith
Women physicians overwhelmed during COVID-19 pandemic - CBC Radio - BC Today with Michelle Eliot

January 4 - Kelley Lee
Public health researcher shares experience of contracting COVID-19 - CBC Radio - On the Coast

January 3 - Tim Takaro
Dec. 29: ‘Why not come up with public health guidelines that are national or even international?’ Readers react to pandemic policies - The Globe and Mail

January 3 - Scott Lear
Fitness and getting into a healthy routine for the new year! - Spice Radio Vancouver

January 3 - Scott Lear
Engaging in physical activity during COVID-related gym closures (PART I) - News Talk 980 CKNW

January 3 - Scott Lear
Engaging in physical activity during COVID-related gym closures (PART II) - News Talk 980 CKNW

January 3 - Scott Lear
(CH) N95 masks may not be suitable for children - Singtao.ca