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COLUMN: We need to explore electoral reform
All systems have their pros and cons and we need to build greater momentum around this issue .
COLUMN: To help the hungry, close the food waste gap
Millions of pounds of food are wasted in Canada annually, even though many families struggle with poverty and hunger.
COLUMN: Reinstate B.C.’s human rights commission
While progress has been made in addressing and helping to end discrimination, we still have a lot of work to do.
COLUMN: Few can afford the price of democracy
We need policies that benefit the majority of British Columbians, not just a small number of wealthy individuals and corporations.
Step up support for domestic violence victims
The province should introduce a law which allows victims to take leave from work and seek help.
COLUMN: B.C. needs workplace legislation for domestic violence victims
All levels of government should do more to help put an end to violence and abuse.
COLUMN: B.C. offers no real help for the poor
True prosperity only exists when every person in society has opportunities.
COLUMN: Plastic pollution – start the dialogue
It is estimated that on a yearly basis in Canada, 2.86 billion plastic bags are used, much to the detriment of the environment.
COLUMN: Canada must play a strong role in upholding human rights
Foreign policy should include holding governments accountable for their actions.
COLUMN: Too many B.C. kids are going hungry
One in five, or 167,810 children, live in poverty in this province.
COLUMN: Youth in care need greater support
It is often said that the true measure of our society’s success is based on how we treat the most vulnerable.
COLUMN: Canada has a role to play on the world stage
Make your ballot count in this federal election.
COLUMN: Transitions – Tips for a new school year
Whether starting high school or post-secondary classes, going in with an open mind and an optimistic attitude can make all the difference.
COLUMN: Prison reform is an election issue
Solitary confinement should not be used in lieu of addressing underlying mental health problems.
COLUMN: Work to keep the spirit of Canada Day
Government leaders must address the nation's challenging issues.
COLUMN: Keep Bill C-51 in mind on voting day
As public protests and online petitions are showing, Canadians have many issues with the legislation.
COLUMN: Concerns over Bill C-51 not addressed
Time allowed for debate does not match the magnitude of the changes being implemented.
COLUMN: Let’s make sure transit funds aren’t wasted
Independent oversight needed for administration of transportation dollars.
COLUMN: Resolutions for the new year
For 2015, I hope we can all succeed in strengthening deeper respect and kindness towards one another in our world.
COLUMN: The stateless – no place to call home
Having no nationality affects people of all ages and prevents them from accessing vital services in their day-to-day lives.