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Could proposed U.S. auto emission rules help accelerate Canada’s clean economy?

Could proposed U.S. auto emission rules help accelerate Canada’s clean economy?

Canada has mandated that at least 20 per cent of car sales must be zero-emission vehicles by 2026.
Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society cares for injured robins

Powell River Orphaned Wildlife Society cares for injured robins

PROWLS: Rescue of the week
Peek at the Patricia: Buffy Saint-Marie documentary 'a must-see'

Peek at the Patricia: Buffy Saint-Marie documentary 'a must-see'

"The most moving moments concern the 81-year-old Cree artist’s unrelenting dedication to social and political causes." ~ Gary Shilling
Birth control users finding limitations in province's coverage, but equivalents are available

Birth control users finding limitations in province's coverage, but equivalents are available

A couple of weeks after B.C. became the first province to make prescription birth control free, some people are surprised to find they still have to pay for their prescriptions or need to switch to an equivalent medication.
Kicking the Clutter: Emotional obstacles to becoming organized

Kicking the Clutter: Emotional obstacles to becoming organized

People who struggle with clutter might have a deep-rooted need for collection in their lives
Let’s Talk Trash: Strive to be earth-centric

Let’s Talk Trash: Strive to be earth-centric

Our relentless pursuit of more treats the planet like a pin cushion...
In memoriam: Roger Gibbs

In memoriam: Roger Gibbs

March 25, 2023
Good morning, Peak readers

Good morning, Peak readers

Photo feature of the day, today in history, the weather forecast and local gas prices
Researchers want Health Canada to post updated data on effects of drinking alcohol

Researchers want Health Canada to post updated data on effects of drinking alcohol

Researchers behind the latest guidance on drinking alcohol want Health Canada to update findings on its website to inform the public about safe levels of consumption.
B.C. bear breaks into car to drink nearly six cases of pop

B.C. bear breaks into car to drink nearly six cases of pop

The bear drank 69 of the 72 cans of pop, leaving behind three diet pops. (It seemed to prefer Orange Crush.)