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Thursday Jul 2, 2015 “Grab that one! Hurry. Hurry!” I was 8 years old running through an orchard with my friends. It was fall, the sun was shining, the apples in the orchard glowed like neon red orbs, the branches strained under their weight seeming to droop down toward us, tempting us further, tempting us sufficiently that we were willing to make a run through the orchard during harvest season, chasing forbidden fruit. ... read more »
Todd Paglia
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Thursday Jun 18, 2015 The coal and oil industry monopoly on power is crumbling before our eyes.... read more »
Todd Paglia
Tags: Pope Frances, Coal, G7
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Wednesday Jun 10, 2015 You might think someone like me would know a lot about meditation and mindfulness. I’m from California and I live in Portland, Oregon. I’ve spent a fair amount of my life surrounded by alternative lifestyles and people following different paths to knowing. I should have picked up a solid background by osmosis. But I was pretty clueless.... read more »
Anne Pernick
Tags: mindfulness
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Monday May 11, 2015 On May 5th Albertans did something they have not done since 1971, they defeated the Progressive Conser... read more »
Sven Biggs
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Friday May 1, 2015 In the first three months of 2015 four oil train accidents sent emergency responders scrambling, crude... read more »
Todd Paglia
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Monday Apr 13, 2015 It was around 5pm on the night of April 8th when someone in a passing sailboat... read more »
Sven Biggs
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Monday Mar 23, 2015 In 1993 I was a young organizer blockading logging roads in Clayoquot Sound with 10,000 others to stop a timber company from clear-cutting pristine British Columbia old-growth rainforest. The government had turned its back on the First Nations, the logging companies pushed for more land, and after years of peaceful protest it was time to escalate.... read more »
Karen Mahon

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