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Small Deaths

“More than 1,420 people died of illicit-drug overdoses in BC in 2017, the ‘most tragic year ever.’” – CBC News Death is an ant under your shoe, the unwatered spider plant, a grain of fentanyl thinner than a needle of Douglas fir.…

Put your feet up and rest awhile

You made it. Take a moment to congratulate yourself for another semester finished. Maybe you rocked it, maybe you didn’t, but either way, you deserve a rest. Treat yourself. Have a book you’ve been itching to read? Was there a…

The middle ground

Math and science or arts and humanities? Right wing or left wing? These distinctions often miss an essential element of what it means to be human: the middle ground. Identities are intersectional. I am a caucasian male. I am also a…

Left vs. right

We live in a world of political polarization: our social media is algorithmically-tuned to feed us opinions we agree with, news organizations have growing partisan slants, and the available middle ground between political parties is…