Tara McGuire is a former broadcaster turned writer whose essays and poetry have appeared on CBC radio, in several magazines, and the anthology Always With Me: Parents Talk about the Death of a Child (Demeter 2018).
The pandemic has worsened existing issues with screening and access to treatment — leaving many new parents alone and in danger.
Substance use has plagued the trades for a long time. It’s now more serious than ever.
Many of us feel the destruction of the natural world acutely. ‘Branching Songs’ captures that, aiming to restore beauty and galvanize.
An uncovered government report outlines hacking threats. And prescriptions that raise privacy issues.
Prospects have been battered by global competition, volatility, delays and cost overruns.
City says it’s heard the concerns and will meet with community groups to design a different process.
The province doesn’t count forest emissions in its global warming plan. That’s a big, dangerous mistake, say advocates.
Without the ability to travel, it’s just been me and my camera. Turns out, that’s enough to see a lot.
Not everyone wants to report acts of racism in the pandemic, even if they’re a target. Here’s one encouragement to speak up.
Tyee readers share gratitude for those who cared for their kids during the pandemic: ‘You are a gift to us all.’
The Vancouver-based pop culture critic is all about ‘writing women and people of colour back into history.’ And soap operas.
It causes a higher rate of hospitalization and is more transmissible — but there’s reason to be optimistic, too.
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