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Opinion: The food systems that will feed Mars are set to transform food on Earth

Opinion: The food systems that will feed Mars are set to transform food on Earth

Agricultural technologies to grow food on Mars can help address climate change, sustainability and food scarcity challenges.
VIDEO: This week in your Mirror: Jan. 26/23 edition

VIDEO: This week in your Mirror: Jan. 26/23 edition

We open with a blooper for you.
Northern B.C. teacher suspended after crashing school vaccine clinic

Northern B.C. teacher suspended after crashing school vaccine clinic

The teacher was required to apologize in writing to Northern Health staff and take a professional boundaries course.
Most Canadians support COVID-19 testing policy for Chinese travellers, survey finds

Most Canadians support COVID-19 testing policy for Chinese travellers, survey finds

Some survey respondents don't believe the policy will be effective.
'Pick your battles,' warns B.C. backcountry skier amid risky avalanche conditions

'Pick your battles,' warns B.C. backcountry skier amid risky avalanche conditions

Since the start of 2023, five people have died in B.C. avalanches.
What's the best way to talk about climate change? This study has some answers

What's the best way to talk about climate change? This study has some answers

A recent Yale University study found the terms 'carbon pollution' and 'carbon emissions' are more strongly associated than the term 'greenhouse gas emissions' with harm to human health, the environment, and poor air quality.
‘We warned government’: Canfor permanently closing Chetwynd mills

‘We warned government’: Canfor permanently closing Chetwynd mills

About 200 jobs are expected to be lost as sawmill and pellet operations closed in Chetwynd; close to 300 more with temporary mill closure in Houston
'Crimes against children' at former B.C. residential institution, investigator says

'Crimes against children' at former B.C. residential institution, investigator says

WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. — The investigation of unmarked graves at a former residential school near Williams Lake First Nation in central British Columbia has found crimes were committed against children, the lead investigator told a news conference.
Summer holidays on ice? Poll shows British Columbians 'completely tapped out'

Summer holidays on ice? Poll shows British Columbians 'completely tapped out'

That's especially true among women and parents, suggests a new survey.
Prince George business leader rips B.C. government over value-added wood decision

Prince George business leader rips B.C. government over value-added wood decision

Secondary manufacturers to be limited to 10 per cent of B.C. Timber Supply.