Two in-depth interviews with Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada: the first when she stood for the candidate for Saanich-Gulf , the second after she was elected to Parliament 23 months later.
“J. Curchin” is printed in India ink at the bottom of the dingy-blue ‘Form 414, Royal Air Force.’ It’s a pilot’s flying log book. It’s sixty-seven years old. In the […]
A wholly new way of diagramming humans within their world.
I published this in Island Tides on January 17, 2013 The natural capital of the islands and coasts of the Salish Sea is our geography, geology and climate—our terroir, to […]
I wrote this way back in 1994. I’ve met a few spiders this week. Really the spiders are getting a bit much. I know I’m supposed to like spiders […]
An economic development idea from Christa Grace-Warrick, President Island Tides Publishing Ltd.
While looking at my new Knowledge Network TV program guide, I read, in CEO Rudy Butignol’s editorial that, nowadays, the BC independent broadcaster see itself as ‘curating’ its programming. That word rang bells […]
I first heard of the Eden Project while in England in 2000/01. I remember my sister, a butterfly preservation expert, mentioning it. Preoccupied with family, it didn’t click. But now […]