Where’d you learn THAT?

ByKori DotyAug 12, 2022
Where’d you learn THAT?

Sex education in schools has long had a well earned reputation for being … less than ideal. My own experiences of school based sexual health education were nearly non-existent. As…

Field Notes from S,DÁYES Flycatcher Forest

Field Notes from S,DÁYES Flycatcher Forest

A series of clouds obstructed the sun from shining down on the ocean in the early morning of July 18th. Moored at the entrance to Bedwell Harbour on Pender Island…

Meet Pascale Campagna-Slater, Education Program Coordinator

Meet Pascale Campagna-Slater, Education Program Coordinator

After our Education Program Coordinator, Maureen Vo, left on maternity leave, we hired Asta Mail to take over our education program. One year later, Asta has taken her own maternity…

A formula for successful aging, by Gary Small

A formula for successful aging, by Gary Small

This engaging talk by Gary Small is a good reminder that we can make small choices to help on our ageing journey. Recent scientific evidence…

Foundational Pillars for the Future of Our Coast

Foundational Pillars for the Future of Our Coast

We know that when we take care of our marine environment, it takes care of us. Reciprocity, respect, balance, interconnectedness and intergenerational knowledge: these are…

Mainstreaming ‘sociable design’ for multi-unit housing: mapping the path forward

Mainstreaming ‘sociable design’ for multi-unit housing: mapping the path forward

In September 2021, Hey Neighbour collaborated with Happy Cities on an online workshop entitled Mainstreaming Socially Connected, Affordable Housing across British Columbia, which explored cultural,…

Collecting bear hair: more than a field season

Collecting bear hair: more than a field season

It’s the end of April and we’re pulling into Bella Bella to join our Heiltsuk colleagues for two months on the 2022 Bear Project. The…

The Bear Project

The Bear Project

In collaboration with the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, we have created a Bear Project Infographic (PDF). We made this for a print poster to explain the…

Next steps for Project TEACH

Project TEACH was co created by Raincoast and the Coexisting with Carnivores Alliance (CwCA) in the winter of 2021, whose efforts were…

Robyn Lee, on her work with the Collective and the importance of understanding architectural history

I applied to the Masters of Urban Studies program at SFU for fall of 2022. When I was accepted, I was also…

46. Rewiring the brain with Annie Hopper

When we sense danger, our limbic system causes us to react in order to stay safe. This system can become impaired, causing…

The Power of “No”

How difficult do you find it to say “No”? I know I do. Sometimes it’s easier to say yes to make people…

SwimRun photo album, 2022

Please feel welcome to upload your photos to our community album! Source

Gender Affirming Apparel Basics

Why would someone want to use gender affirming apparel? The gender-affirming products we carry, such as binders and tucking gaffs, can help…

Maxwell Creek Watershed Project Field Files Part 2: Developing surveying methodologies 

The project takes a watershed-wide scope to improve understanding of both existing and historical ecological conditions. The first question we aim to…

Learning from community housing movements: Transforming corridors into social spaces

A version of this article was first published at Happy Cities on May 4, 2022. Hallways, entrances, and exits are primarily designed…

CanLyme Educators’ Resource: Ideal for teachers, outdoor educators and parents too!

Summer camps are in full swing and fall education programs are on their way! CanLyme’s Educator’s Resource is the perfect companion for…