Logan, who is a graduate of the Langara Journalism program, spent the last year working as a staff reporter for the Parksville Qualicum Beach News on Vancouver Island where she wrote a series highlighting the lack of a cold-weather shelter in the area, while also covering municipal and breaking news for the paper. Prior to that, she contributed to an investigation into inauthentic Indigenous art sold in Vancouver's souvenir shops with The Discourse.
Wednesday’s event in Halifax — the afternoon before the first official federal leaders’ debate — was one of about 60 taking place between Ucluelet and St. John’s, hoping to train politicians' attention on the climate crisis.
A group of U.S.-based scientists has sent a second open letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau requesting an expert review of a New Brunswick nuclear project over its plans to recover a radioactive material from spent uranium fuel.
At five millimetres or smaller, microplastics are a growing problem in the world’s waters. They harm the food chain, showing up in plankton, the digestion systems of mammals, and seafood consumed by humans.