Monthly Archives: July 2016

Sierra Club’s Mark Worthing, Animal & Environment Alliance Advocate Jordan Reichert

Mark Worthing is a multidisciplinary activist, naturalist and journalist who has an affinity for the wilder landscapes of British Columbia.  Mark is often found exploring coastal estuaries and rainforests, researching northern resident orcas, occupying tar sands pipelines, or reading about biodiversity … Continue reading

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Nancy Watters and Sound Therapy, Barbara Hay and the Paddle for the Peace

Nancy Watters earned a BA in psychology, an MA in Counselling Psychology, she’s worked in schools and agencies for 25 years helping people overcome anxiety and depression, and the effects of various traumas and abuses.  Her passion, now, is sound therapy.  She … Continue reading

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Leon Lee and “Human Harvest”, Lucie Cerny and RASTA (Rescue and Sanctuary for Threatened Animals)

Investigating forced organ harvesting from possibly tens of thousands of Chinese prisoners of conscience led former journalist Leon Lee to David Matas (a human rights lawyer) and David Kilgour (formerly a Canadian MP), also Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, and other researchers who have uncovered … Continue reading

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