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A problem in North Korea, diplomacy in Vancouver

While Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un were trading death threats through the media, the summit was being billed as a multilateral alternative led by Canada, a middle power imbued with what British foreign secretary Boris Johnson praised as an “instinct for peace.”

Letting spirit speak through

Reporter Emilee Gilpin traveled to the central coast of B.C., to Nuxalk territories, to learn about the Nuxalk Nation's apprenticeship program. Here, she shares some of her personal experiences, travelling, questioning and trying to tell stories "in a good way."

An Indigenous sisterhood empowers solar panel solutions

This is not a protest story. There’s a reason why women who sleep on fish farms in the Broughton Archipelago prefer to be called observers, not occupiers. And there's a reason why the women leading the tiny house movement in the path of the $7.4-billion Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline prefer to be called pro-life rather than anti-anything else.

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