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Opinion: How to teach children about climate change, inspire hope and take action to change the future

Opinion: How to teach children about climate change, inspire hope and take action to change the future

Some children and youth find the effects of climate change are traumatic. Taking a trauma-informed approach to education can nurture resilience.
Opinion: Patient aggression and physician burnout: The makings of a human resources crisis in health care

Opinion: Patient aggression and physician burnout: The makings of a human resources crisis in health care

Although demanding, disruptive and violent patients are a major contributor to physician burnout, solutions to address this increasing problem are not a priority.
Opinion: The death of caremongering: Canadians are tired and most believe getting COVID-19 is inevitable

Opinion: The death of caremongering: Canadians are tired and most believe getting COVID-19 is inevitable

After Premier Doug Ford announced “positive news,” I think about the widening inequality in our province, who the news is “positive” for and the death of caremongering.
More than half of Canadians rate economy as “bad” or “very bad”

More than half of Canadians rate economy as “bad” or “very bad”

Perceptions of economic outlook are gloomier now among Canadians than they were on eve of global financial crisis of 2008, poll finds.
Opinion: We are facing a settler colonial crisis, not an Indigenous identity crisis

Opinion: We are facing a settler colonial crisis, not an Indigenous identity crisis

Indigenous Nations have always maintained their citizenship orders. We know who we are
Column: Looking ahead to 2022 — Coquitlam-Maillardville MLA

Column: Looking ahead to 2022 — Coquitlam-Maillardville MLA

"There’s so much more to look forward to this year," says Selina Robinson.
Opinion: The climate crisis demands courage not optimism

Opinion: The climate crisis demands courage not optimism

Instead of asking about optimism, it’s time to ask what we as citizens are going to do about climate change.
Opinion: Screaming into the void? Us too. Coping tips for stressed-out families in the COVID-19 pandemic

Opinion: Screaming into the void? Us too. Coping tips for stressed-out families in the COVID-19 pandemic

The science of stress explains why parenting during the pandemic feels so hard. Here are strategies from psychologists for taking back control when you dread yet another challenging day ahead
Opinion: From sanctioning a refugee team to letting China host: Does the International Olympic Committee support human rights?

Opinion: From sanctioning a refugee team to letting China host: Does the International Olympic Committee support human rights?

The International Olympic Committee’s position is clear: the Games must go on
Opinion: The Wordle craze: Why do we love puzzles, and are they good for our brains?

Opinion: The Wordle craze: Why do we love puzzles, and are they good for our brains?

Like a Scrabble habit, a passion for Wordle isn’t likely to make you smarter or ward off brain aging. But it may give you a daily dose of complex cognition combined with social interaction