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#Healthcare4All – Court case delayed

Simply put, this means we’ve got more time to get ourselves heard! Whether the issue is resolved out of court, or in trial in March, we want to ensure our voices are heard and we end up with a result that benefits us all.

Why I Love Frozen

There’s still work to be done… but overall, Frozen has done something noteworthy and is a remarkable movie of the Disney princess genre that deals with the traditional constricting stereotypes and assumptions of women.

#Healthcare4All – Canadian Healthcare Q & A

We all use the Canadian healthcare system, but do we really know how it works? This video isn’t perfect (health care systems are complex), but it does a good job of outlining the system in a short period of time. There are a few points…

Changing Gears event poster: August 19, 2014 - 6:00PM-9:00PM

Free event: Changing Gears

Learn bike repair & maintenance skills and service your bike at this free, youth-only event. Join us at Kickstand (1739 Venables) on August 19 from 6:00-9:00PM!

#Healthcare4All – Letter to the Editor

This week, the BC Health Coalition launched a Letter to the Editor campaign. Vik, a member of our #Healthcare4All team, wrote a sample letter for you to draw on for inspiration!

Big Media and Oil Interests: Polluting Democracy

Good journalism is key to a healthy democracy. In Canada, it’s becoming apparent that the conversation around the environment is being tightly controlled… Such a system means that the voices of corporations, fossil-fuel interests, and climate change contributors are heard over those of our communities.

#Healthcare4All – Letter to the Editor

As a young person, for-profit healthcare terrifies me. The future of our country and economy is based on having healthy citizens.

How Climate Change is Challenging Fundamental Economic Principles

Divestment from oil companies started in US schools and numerous North American schools have taken such action. When such economically “irrational” behaviour begins to become the norm, it is time to reconsider what is rational and irrational.

#Healthcare4All – Why You(th) Need Public Healthcare

I’m 23 and I just started paying for public health care, sending out cheques to the Medical Services Plan (MSP), and it has brought me in touch with an invisible system that I have been benefiting from since birth.

The Market: Vancouver’s Farmer’s Markets

There is something so comforting about a bustling farmer’s market. Proud vendors carefully arrange their eatable masterpieces; local residents circle the market with hopeful eyes. It provides me with a sense of community in a society that is so individualistic and often so isolating.

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