Tag: change

  • Publishers Note: Big Changes Ahead

    Kristen Mann This summer I have moved to small resort town in Alberta. While it has been a big change to meet new friends and be in a new place (and not have the internet), I am once again struck by the near universal need/symbiotic relationship between happiness, community building and healing. When one can […]

  • The Benefits of Activism

    May you grow up to be righteous, May you grow up to be true, May you always know the truth, And see the lights surrounding you, May you always be courageous, Stand upright and be strong, May you stay forever young. ~Bob Dylan (image: 420times) Recently, during a cross country air plane trip I had […]

  • U.S. Presidential Candidates on Pot

    Obama, Romney, or Paul—who deserves the cannabis vote? By M. Allister Greene Polarization in the American political system is as common as house flies in an election year—be it in personalities of candidates, party supporters, or positions on hot button issues. This year is not turning out any differently, nor will the scale change with […]

  • The Con(servatives) After the Election

    By Amie Gravell The Conservative party of Canada spent the maximum amount of money that regulations allow to win the May 2 election. Twenty-one million dollars, it seems, is the cost of a majority government. So what has Mr. Harper done with his majority? Well, in the two months since the election, the government has […]

  • Editorial: Growing From Seed

    Andrew Brown Editor So here we are watching as nuclear reactors leak radiation, facing one of the worst years of global food production, with soaring fuel and energy prices, and corporate hands reaching through our governments creating Orwellian laws that defy sanity. It’s hard to be optimistic with all of the chaos around us. I […]

  • A May Vote-Remember Your ABCs

    By Amie Gravell Coming May 2, 2011. Canada will undergo its fourth election in seven years. Whatever one believes about the worth of another election, we can remain on the positive side and choose to see it as a chance to effect a more likable change in our leadership than last election (which of course […]