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No More Band-Aids For the Poisoned Drug Crisis
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Decisiveness, one of the definitive features of reaching a critical point along a path, has been mostly tokenism when it comes to the overdose emergency.


Weighing the tragic against the politic have all decided to put Band-Aids on a major public health emergency.


We need to turn onto a new road: treat opioid addiction with prescribed opioids.

ScottyonDenman, in response to The Tyee article “BC’s Five Years of Drug Failure, Visualized”

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Twin Pipeline Resistance Holds Strong

It’s been over a year since the action against the Coastal GasLink pipeline in Wet’suwet’en territory. Construction on CGL continues.

Solidarity protests at the B.C. legislature raised awareness yet official investigations into the RCMP response remain in limbo. We followed the story back a decade.

Meanwhile the Supreme Court decision to continue TransMountain hasn’t stopped Indigenous resistance. In recent months Indigenous land defenders have occupied building entrances and held city streets.

The Tyee has been following these years-long battles as TMX risks loom, government promises capsize and First Nations work together against CGL.

Deep dive with us to revisit the past and follow this fight to the future. We have our eye on what's happening next.

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Schools Through the Pandemic

We've followed concerns of parents and teachers since schools were first shuttered and the initial return to classrooms.

Many have felt their needs are not being accommodated, and parent-teacher networks have arisen to follow outbreaks in schools. Parents have highlighted the difficulties of remote learning for their families, and some have faced tough choices about sending their kids back to school.

Educators have wondered how to adapt their teaching to a pandemic environment, from remote learning to self-directed education to the curriculum. Kids' long-term mental health is a growing concern.

Deep dive to learn more from parents, teachers, students and health and education experts.

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