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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.

The forest and its keepers

B.C. is known for its iconic forests. But some worry that over-logging will deprive future generations of forests that have been integral to B.C.'s culture and economy.