CLAC’s National Convention, held every three years, was in the planning stages long before anyone had heard of COVID-19. The pandemic has...
A trip through northern BC inspires a new appreciation for remote workers
This week, as we think about earth day, we should think about how we as consumers can make smarter choices to reduce our reliance on disposable plastics, while also being thankful for the many ways in which plastic has improved our lives. And as a community, we should think about how we can use and develop our resources in a responsible manner so that future generations can enjoy our earth too.
There is little hope for freedom or growth when anger and fear are in control.