Ian Gill is a journalist, author and conservationist currently working as the inaugural Dan and Priscilla Bernard Wieden Foundation Salmon Nation Storytelling Fellow. He is a contributing editor at The Tyee, and co-creator of a new initiative called Salmon Nation. He lives in Vancouver and Clayoquot Sound.
Magazine’s editor cites the significance of a ‘non-violence movement led by female Elders.’
An eclectic collection brings new meaning to things from the ‘Before Times.’
Changes include Rankin in Indigenous relations, Robinson in finance and former HEU executive Whiteside in education.
Why it would be wrong to assume the pandemic finish line is just a sprint away.
An online speaker series in the Nanaimo-Ladysmith district relies on Indigenous knowledge-keepers to explore reconciliation challenges.
Pollution hits certain groups harder. Push politicians to pass three key pieces of legislation.
How the pandemic changed our choices and why forests are paying the price.
COVID-19 has made homelessness worse in Vancouver. Still, city workers keep taking away the only shelter people have.
Premier’s new half-measures mean it’s going to be a long, difficult winter in Wild Rose Country.
Bold, yes. But its scale and placement will wound a critical Vancouver site.
Eris Nyx thought, ‘Look at all these cool musicians. Wouldn’t it be cool if we did this?’ Result: ‘100 Block Rock’
UNBC researchers’ book alleging wrongdoing in Guatemala was accepted, reviewed, then cancelled.
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