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6.26.17

BC confidence vote could prevent destruction of sacred Indigenous sites

The Site C dam will be sent back for review if the Greens and the NDP succeed in toppling the minority Liberal government.

4.13.17

Wiz Khalifa, Known Smoker of Kush, Announces Weed Farming Game

He says that 'Wiz Khalifa’s Weed Farm,' out on 4/20 will be “better than Pokémon."

5.29.16

Inside the Movement to Stop the Oil Industry's 'Bomb Trains'

Activists say that carrying oil on trains leads to far too many explosions, derailments, and disasters.

5.24.16

How Nature Benefits Your Mental Health

Recently, scientists have been working out whether grass and trees could be used to treat depression and anxiety.

7.15.15

Daniel Dubb Says Don’t Leave Your Gear At His House

The Toronto producer goes old school on new album, 'Pieces Of The Past'.

6.15.15

Are Your Pets Contributing to Global Warming?

Want to reduce your carbon footprint? Replace your cat with a goldfish, or only raise pets that you plan to eat later on.

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5.6.15

The New Wave: Meet the Young Politicians Aiming to Shake Up Westminster with the Outsider Parties

We talk to minority party campaigners as young as 16 about the upcoming UK elections.

2.19.15

Wind Farm Syndrome Is the Fake Illness That Science Can't Kill

The Australiam is launching its third inquiry into whether wind farms cause illnesses. But is this just a excuse to slander renewable energy?

11.19.14

IMPRINTS: Green

Joris Voorn talks about his new album and sheds light on his tight-knit label of friends.

7.23.14

T-Kid's High School Reunion

I hadn’t planned on returning to my hometown, but part of me just wanted to burn one with the old crew and gawk at the people from my high school—people whom I would probably never see again reliving their bleak, suburban glory days.

2.11.14

The RCMP and CSIS Are Creeping on Environmentalists

Heavily redacted documents released in November show that Canadian spies ‘monitored’ opponents of the Enbridge Northern Gateway through social media, blogs and a storytelling workshop at a church in Kelowna, B.C.

1.22.14

Satoshi Kawamoto's Garden Art Is to Die For

If tonight didn’t solidify my love for Satoshi Kawamoto's plant-chalk-illustration-hybrid brain-children, I don't know what would. I trekked through one of the worst New York City snowstorms of the season to the Nepenthes Gallery, where Mr. Green...

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